Hoboken PATH Train Service Resumes For Rush Hour Following Fatal Crash, Officials SayMajor traffic and transit changes are in place after a train crashed into a wall at the Hoboken station.
Nearly 250 Young Students In Paterson, NJ Suspended Last YearLast year, 238 kindergarten, first and second graders were sent on out-of-school suspensions. Contrast that with only 129 high school students.
Key Witness: Christie Knew About 'Bridgegate' While It Was UnderwayNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knew and joked about the George Washington Bridge lane-closures and traffic jams while they were underway, the prosecution's key witness, David Wildstein, testified Tuesday.
PD: NJ Man Caught On Camera Stealing Trump Signs For His Own LawnThe "Trump/Pence" and "Hillary For Prison" campaign signs were stolen Friday from the front yard of a home on Main Street.
13 Displaced, Two Homes Damaged In Jersey City FireNo injuries were reported in the blaze, which broke out in an area between the homes at 19 and 21 Bleecker Street
Suspicious Package At Ridgewood NJT Station Cleared, Trains Resume ServiceNJ TRANSIT has suspended rail service in on the Main/Bergen and Port Jervis lines both directions due to police activity near the Ridgewood station.
Old Ship Left To Sink Off Jersey Shore To Boost Fishing BusinessAfter a hiatus of more than five years, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection re-launched the artificial reef program to enhance offshore habitats and draw in anglers and sport divers.
Bombings, Record Registration Mean Heightened Security For ‘Tunnel To Towers’ RunOn Tuesday, organizers of the Tunnel to Towers 5K run confirmed the Seaside Semper Five Marine Corps. charity runners will take part in their upcoming race this weekend.
MTA, NJ TRANSIT: Power Down Samsung Galaxy Note 7 On Trains, BusesSamsung suspended sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone earlier this month after finding batteries of some of the gadgets exploded while they were charging.
New Jersey, Long Island Remember 15th Anniversary Of 9/11 AttacksSmaller gatherings are taking place outside lower Manhattan to remember the 9/11 attacks.
Judge: 'Bridgegate' Co-Conspirator List To Be Kept From Public, MediaThe decision from a three-judge panel of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia overturns a lower court decision to release the list to a group of media organizations.
Gov. Christie: Some Effects Of Hermine May Last Through WednesdayThe governor said a state of emergency remains in effect for Atlantic, Cape May and Ocean counties, where moderate flooding and high winds are expected.

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