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Rail riders at the NJ Transit station - Trenton, NJ - File / Photo: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images

Signal Problems Force Delays For NJ Transit Commuters Friday Morning

NJ Transit trains are back in business after a switching problem slowed service in and out of Penn Station in New York City.

08/05/2011

The "claw" stage for U2 at the New Meadowlands Stadium as seen from Chopper 880 - East Rutherford, NJ - Jul 20, 2011 (credit: Tom Kaminski / WCBS 880)

NJ Transit Adds Trains For U2 Concert At New Meadowlands Stadium

The agency will substitute single-level rail cars with multilevel trains on the Meadowlands Rail Line to increase seating capacity by about 20 percent.

07/20/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Mixed Verdict In Former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell’s Corruption Trial

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.

07/06/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Closing Arguments Expected Tuesday In Corruption Trial Of Ex-Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell

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.

07/05/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Informant Witness May Miss Trial For Former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell

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.

06/30/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell Takes Stand In Corruption Trial

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.

06/28/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Trial Of Former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell Resumes

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.

06/27/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Trial Of Former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell Begins

Former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell was charged with accepting $10,000 — through a middleman — from an undercover government witness posing as a developer.

06/20/2011

New Jersey residents told CBS 2 that seemingly endless construction projects have made state roads a mess. (Credit: CBS 2)

NJ Drivers Tired Of Dealing With Seemingly Endless Construction

Many New Jersey residents often find themselves wondering why construction projects take so long in the Garden State.

06/15/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Jury Selection Starts Monday In Trial Of Ex-Secaucus Mayor Elwell

Dennis Elwell has pleaded not guilty to charges he accepted $10,000 from a man posing as a developer seeking help with project approvals.

06/13/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Ex-Secaucus Mayor Elwell, Arrested In N.J. Corruption Sting, Pleads Not Guilty

The U.S. Attorney’s Office brought a superseding indictment against former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell on May 17th. The original indictment was revised to remove the man who was originally charged with Elwell.

06/03/2011

Dennis Elwell (credit: Mel Evans/AP)

Ex-Secaucus Mayor Elwell, Arrested In N.J. Corruption Sting, Due In Court

The U.S. Attorney’s Office was bringing a superseding indictment against former Secaucus Mayor Dennis Elwell on Thursday. It was expected to omit the man who was originally charged with Elwell.

06/02/2011

Panasonic Logo (file / credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

Panasonic Moving North American Headquarters From Secaucus To Newark

The new headquarters will be located a block from Penn Station and will bring with it 1,000 jobs.

04/20/2011

NJ Transit's Frank R. Lautenberg Secaucus Junction Station - Secaucus, NJ - File Photo

Electrical ‘Flash’ Injures NJ Transit Staffer

NJ Transit says a train staffer was shaken up but not seriously injured Saturday by an electrical “flash” that occurred when he tried to remove a foreign object that was caught on an overhead power line.

04/16/2011

The Hackensack River (credit: state.nj.us)

Rescuers Pull Father, Son From Hackensack River

Rescuers in northern New Jersey pulled a man and his 11-year-old son out of the Hackensack River on Sunday after the boy fell from a boat and his dad jumped in to save him.

04/10/2011

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