Daffy’s Inc., which sells national fashion brands at up to 80 percent off, is going out of business, a victim of a fiercely competitive landscape that has already claimed rivals Syms and Filene’s Basement as casualties.
An 11-year-old New Jersey girl has collected tons of items that fill her dining room, and plans on sending care packages to her uncle and members of his unit in Afghanistan.
65 million years ago, giants roamed the Meadowlands. Now, as WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman reported, they’re back. Well, sort of.
As part of this weekend’s Beneath The Sea event in Secaucus, New Jersey, National Geographic deep water explorer Emory Kristof is hosting a presentation called, “100th Anniversary Of The Sinking Of A Legend: Titanic.”
The smell of bagels still lingers in the air, but the padlock on the door tells a different story at the H&H Bagels location on 46th Street.
Lots of folks will be returning gifts that aren’t quite right, and also using their newly-received gift cards, and many retail chains are running special promotions.
Several homes had to be evacuated early Tuesday morning after a diesel tanker truck overturned, spilling fuel in Secaucus.
They skipped Thanksgiving dinner, they braved the elements and they waited in line for hours all for a piece of the Black Friday action.
Oh no! Where will the brides run now?
It would essentially be the same route of the ARC Tunnel – the controversial plan that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie canceled because of funding concerns.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pushing the throttle on the No. 7 train hoping to have it extending to New Jersey before he leaves office at the end of his third term.
Since Hurricane Irene hit, service has been out on Metro-North Railroad’s Port Jervis Line.
NJ Transit trains are back in business after a switching problem slowed service in and out of Penn Station in New York City.
The agency will substitute single-level rail cars with multilevel trains on the Meadowlands Rail Line to increase seating capacity by about 20 percent.
A jury has returned a mixed verdict in the case of a northern New Jersey mayor caught up in the state’s largest public corruption case.