Spotty enforcement and an outdated state law allow thousands of landowners to pay pennies on the dollar in property taxes.
Police are investigating the murder of a 54-year-old New Jersey woman after her body was found inside her home by family members on Thursday afternoon.
Doctors said by all accounts Esidras Valles shouldn’t be alive, sitting up, letting them examine him, but the 24-year-old is defying all odds.
A New Jersey man survived an air conditioning unit crashing into his face. Doctors said they have never seen someone recover so quickly from a severe injury like this, which literally cut his head open.
Amtrak and NJ Transit are discussing the possibility of a partnership to revive a huge train tunnel project that Gov. Chris Christie killed last month, according to officials.
New York is seeking $3 billion that the federal government had committed to the Hudson River rail tunnel that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie scrapped.
A loved one dying is a difficult time for anyone, but it’s especially difficult for children, who often don’t have the words or emotional maturity to deal with their grief. But kids still need a way to cope with their grief after the death of someone close.
A New Jersey town is being praised for building a recreation center with a pre-school and brand new fields. But some residents say the town forgot one thing — the sidewalk.
If it’s all about “location, location, location,” Perth Amboy is right next to Staten Island. And that explains why the damage is similar.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie returned from the Labor Day holiday in attack mode.
Four men are accused of selling bogus tickets for ferries that shuttle passengers to and from New York City.
New Jersey’s 566 towns must complete a questionnaire about their budgets and efforts to save money through shared services.
Kevin Blum homered, tripled twice and struck out eight to lead Toms River, N.J., to a 10-0 win Tuesday over Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, in a Little League World Series consolation game.
There have been vicious attacks, taunts and vandalism. Edison resident are haunted by recent incidents of anti-Semitism. Now police are taking extra steps to protect the community during the high holy days.
The sweet sounds of contact are reverberating again through the sprawling Little League baseball complex in this blue-collar central Pennsylvania town.
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