New Jersey rivers busted out of their banks Monday, causing record floods in some places and leaving residents elsewhere frustrated.
The DOT has announcedthat $745 million would be going toward rail projects that will allow trains to travel up to 160 mph in some sections of the Northeast Corridor and to construction that will allow Amtrak trains to avoid a congested rail junction in part of New York City.
Epilepsy has been around since ancient times, but remains challenging, even today.
Eric LeGrand is on the move and continues to beat the odds. The former Rutgers defense tackle will be taking two classes this summer via Skype from his home in New Egypt. However, he plans to catch some sessions in person at the university.
As college students celebrate graduation, many now know the harsh reality of joining the long lines of job-seekers. At Rutgers University, students were back on campus trying to find work at a job fair.
Roughly 28,000 people gathered Sunday at Rutgers Stadium in Piscataway to watch university President Richard McCormick formally confer nearly 13,000 degrees.
Nine students have taken occupancy inside the Old Queens administration building on the New Brunswick. They’re being cheered on by about 20 more students outside.
NJ Transit spokesman Dan Stessel said service was suspended between New Brunswick and Trenton for about an hour following the incident that occurred around 7:15 p.m. Friday.
17 cities are getting federal grant money to install cameras and license plate readers, and people to check those systems.
The tie-breaking member of a commission chosen to redraw boundaries for New Jersey’s 40 legislative districts selected a new election map submitted by Democrats, The Associated Press has learned.
Two people escaped serious injury when a small plane crashed in northern New Jersey on Saturday afternoon.
A half-dozen alternative treatment centers across New Jersey could be legally selling marijuana to patients with certain medical conditions by late summer.
New Jersey’s Museum of Agriculture is shutting its doors after struggling financially in recent years and losing its $90,000 annual state appropriation last year.
Authorities say massive clutter inside a central New Jersey home helped fuel a fire that left an elderly man dead and a firefighter injured.
Spokesman E.J. Miranda told The Home News Tribune of East Brunswick there’s no indication Nicholas Amabile was pushed down a stairwell near halftime Saturday.