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.
Prosecutors claim former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell accepted a $10,000 bribe from a man posing as a crooked developer looking for help with a hotel project.
Former Secaucus mayor Dennis Elwell denied on the witness stand this week that he accepted a $10,000 bribe from a man posing as a crooked developer seeking project approvals.
Former Secaucus mayor Dennis Elwell took the stand in his own defense . He’s charged with accepting $10,000 from a man purporting to be a crooked developer. The man actually was cooperating with federal authorities.
Dennis Elwell is charged with accepting $10,000 through a middleman from a crooked developer. But the man posing as the developer, Solomon Dwek, was cooperating with federal authorities after they arrested him for a $50 million bank fraud.
Former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell was charged with accepting $10,000 — through a middleman — from an undercover government witness posing as a developer.