A stroll through the neighborhood quickly turned into a walk from hell for a woman in New Brunswick, NJ.
A teenager charged in a series of attacks on New Jersey synagogues is facing another arson charge for allegedly trying to burn a building at Rutgers University.
A 50-year-old New Jersey man was killed and four other people were injured when their boat capsized in waters off the northern New Jersey coast.
His stepdaughter said that Donald Hughes was shot while trying to close a door to apparently keep the suspect out of their Newark home after he attacked several children.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.
The family, which moved here from Mexico seeking a better life, is mourning the sudden death of a wife and mother of five children.
The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office says 52-year-old Silvia Reyes-Ramos was hit by a Ford Edge while she was crossing Somerset Street at the intersection of Alexander Street in New Brunswick around 7 p.m. Friday.
Trains currently go 135 miles per hour on that section of the Northeast Corridor.
The December unemployment numbers may have been good news, but people in the Tri-State Area still need jobs.
Some couples are adding their own pieces of hardware to the Brooklyn Bridge. A collection of love locks like the ones found in Paris, Budapest, and Seoul are starting to pile up on the New York City landmark.
The Tyler Clementi Foundation, which they set up in their son’s honor after his death in September 2010, is co-sponsoring the event with Rutgers.
Protestors are calling for action from an independent authority like the state or the FBI and not the Middlesex County prosecutor in investigating the shooting death of 47-year-old Barry Deloatch.
The commuting woes that made life difficult for people struggling to get to work have improved for many in our area following Tropical Storm Irene, but significant challenges remain for many.
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.