The operations foreman at a waste water treatment plant in Secaucus, New Jersey believes a piece of debris fell from the sky onto the facility Wednesday.
Northern New Jersey leaders want to learn more about the impact of bringing the 7 train to the area.
Animal cruelty charges have been filed against a man who allegedly beat his sister’s Yorkshire Terrier to death with a television remote.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was on the hot seat on Friday night, accused of not doing enough to help commuters.
Firefighters in New Jersey were battling a brush fire on Monday night, that had delayed NJ Transit trains.
Multiple NJ TRANSIT lines were suspended during the evening rush Monday due to a fire that broke out under the Portal Bridge over the Hackensack River.
Mayor Michael Gonnelli said a representative of Touchdown Entertainment said the company would pay the town about $18,000. The company contracted to use the local high school as a staging area for the halftime show at MetLife Stadium.
Forecasters say snow is expected to begin falling Wednesday night and slow the commute into work Thursday.
The plan was for the league to use Secaucus High School as a staging area. The town had a contract with the NFL for the arrangement, but the league backed out at the last minute.
CBS 2’s Jessica Schneider came to the rescue in Secaucus, N.J. Wednesday evening, as residents suffered from a severe salt shortage.
This year’s Super Bowl has the distinction of relying on mass transit to take up to 30,000 fans to the game.
Christie said visitors were free to go to New York and enjoy “a couple of good restaurants, and some theater and stuff to do.” But he added that game announcers on Sunday “are not going to say live from New York City, because that would be a lie.”
With the Super Bowl XLVIII just days away, you’d never know it from the New Jersey side of this two-part equation. Some lawmakers say the NFL hasn’t endorsed any of its events, leaving New Jersey out of the spotlight and in the cold.
The big game is still almost two weeks away, and while there will be all sorts of events throughout the metropolitan area of nearly 20 million, the excitement hasn’t quite started to spike yet.
The company’s CEO is defending the retail giant. Bill Simon says his stores offers opportunity.