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.
The 9/11 flag is being carefully stitched back together by a local flagmaking company who knows it isn’t just any flag.
The Union County Prosecutor’s Office plans to bring a Maryland teenager to New Jersey to face charges for sending out a message online threatening an NJ school.
Both Newark and Camden have laid off over 160 cops within the last three months.
When Samir Elbassiouny sees Egyptians fighting for democracy, he fills with pride.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie heads to Chicago on Friday in hopes of recruiting businesses to the Garden State.
Leslie Risinger is heading up the last resort exoneration project thru Seton Hall Law School, helping prison inmates who were wrongly convicted.
“You can spin out in a heartbeat. You know, you never know with black ice, so I’m concerned about accidents happening,” said Matt Faivre of Tenafly.
A federal judge in New Jersey sentenced a Canadian man who admitted running a brothel for pedophiles in Thailand to 25 years in prison.
A second New Jersey death has been blamed on this week’s snow storm.
New Jersey found itself digging out from another major snowstorm Thursday and dealing with canceled flights, closed schools, some for the second day in a row, and slippery roads.