What has Rice been up to since his firing from Rutgers? He’s coaching a girls youth basketball team — and it seems the parents like him.
Not since before prohibition has the Garden State seen more locally brewed beer. NJ Monthly magazine tapped into the craft beer bonanza in its latest issue. Editor Ken Schlager stopped by The Couch to fill us in on the state’s beer history and the current craft beer boom.
We’re used to hypocrisy from politicians. It’s their job to say whatever it takes to get (re)elected. But in my lifetime nothing compares with the nonsense spewing from the mouths of those running the NCAA.
New Jersey is busting with great weekend plans for you in all corners of the state. Here are the highlights of the summer festival scene.
Police arrested Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt in his hometown of Bayonne, N.J., after an officer reported seeing him speeding.
Newark is the new kid on the block in this year’s NCAA Tournament, a scrappy underdog looking to compete with the big boys. Mayor Cory Booker joined WFAN’s Boomer & Carton on Tuesday to pump his constituency up for the Sweet 16.
After striking seven times since December in New York City, it appears the “holiday bandit” has crossed state lines.
In Nutley, N.J., the police department is installing automatic license plate readers in cop cars in order to scan plates in real time. Three cameras run the numbers to check for expired plates, to identify stolen vehicles and criminals with warrants.
A deranged man attacked two women with a tomahawk hatchet and a knife in Union, N.J. on Friday morning, police said.
The eastern spur of the N.J. Turnpike has been reopened in the southbound direction after an accident Friday morning in Ridgefield left two people dead.
Workers at a grocery distributor in New Jersey could lose their jobs in February in the wake of a bankruptcy filing by the supermarket giant.
A parolee already accused of wielding an ice pick in a series of robberies in New York City elevators has been charged with two more similar muggings.
The state Labor Department has proposed rule changes that would tighten unemployment eligibility for workers who quit or who are fired for misconduct.
Attorney General Paula Dow announced she’ll form a committee that will consider the role of physicians who illegally dispense steroids.
Spotty enforcement and an outdated state law allow thousands of landowners to pay pennies on the dollar in property taxes.
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