A stroll through the neighborhood quickly turned into a walk from hell for a woman in New Brunswick, NJ.
Officials say a seal that came ashore in central New Jersey does not appear to be injured.
A Garden State high school has used federal funding to take team building to a new level. Students at Columbia High School have been taking part in an optional physical education class called “Project Adventure.”
Two people escaped injury when their small plane crashed at a northern New Jersey airport.
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Prosecutors say a southern New Jersey man stabbed a woman with a knife and then used it to stab himself.
New Jersey lawmakers have given their approval to a measure that would help create a statewide plan to address youth suicide prevention efforts.
A 40-year-old woman who experienced difficulty during the swimming portion of the 11th Nautica New York City Triathlon has died.
Yogi Berra is most often remembered for his earnest and unintentionally hilarious views on life, but his baseball acumen was legendary, according to someone who is fairly well versed on the subject.
One of the greatest black baseball players of the 1800s no longer lies in anonymity in a New Jersey cemetery. The Negro Leagues Grave Marker project has erected a marble headstone at Frank Grant’s grave in East Ridgelawn Cemetery in Clifton.
Heavy rains drenched already flood-weary communities in New Jersey on Thursday, forcing thousands of residents to prepare for disaster.
New Jersey’s Republican governor and the Democratic state Senate president agree that public workers must pay more for their health benefits.
She has the skills, but Shabbas has left her without the scores.
Prospective licensees and advocates said the issue was complicated by the rules and regulations being set up. They said the state’s proposed rules were so restrictive that their operations might not be viable.
Horst Adler, a 1959 graduate of a school in Quakertown, Pa., had given the ring to a girl he was dating in Philadelphia in 1960 or 1961.