Newspaper Industry Not Pleased With Christie's Plan To Move Legal Notices To WebNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is pushing a measure he said will save taxpayers money, but the newspaper industry says it is more about revenge.
Report: Despite Control Efforts No Decline In Wildlife Collisions At N.J. AirportsThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's efforts to remove birds and other wildlife that could pose a threat to aircraft safety have had no significant impact, according to a newspaper analysis.
Star-Ledger Axing 34 Employees In First Major LayoffNew Jersey's largest newspaper has announced it is laying off 34 employees, the first large-scale layoffs in the paper's history.
Devils' Clarkson Played Through Fractured Foot During PlayoffsDavid Clarkson played through a fractured ankle during the Devils' run to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Reports: Plaxico Burress To Meet With Giants, Discuss Possible NY ReunionPlaxico Burress is in New York, ready to meet with coach Tom Coughlin and the Giants to discuss an unlikely second chance reunion, according to multiple reports.
NFL Lockout May Force Jets To Relocate SUNY Cortland Training CampThe NFL lockout has already claimed the 2011 rookie symposium. SUNY Cortland's Jets training camp might be next to join the scrap heap.
Book Details Biggest Take-Down In Jersey PoliticsAll this week, WCBS 880 is rolling out tidbits from a juicy new book about the biggest take-down in the sordid history of New Jersey politics.
Mets Release Luis Castillo; Perez Survives CutsThis is the day many Mets fans have been clamoring for. New York released oft-maligned second baseman Luis Castillo on Friday.
Avery Johnson 'Glad' Nets Whiffed On Carmelo AnthonyNo Carmelo Anthony? No problem, says Nets coach Avery Johnson. “Sometimes the best trades are the ones you don’t make,” Johnson told the Star-Ledger during Wednesday's Nets practice.
Mike Westhoff: Jets May Draft Defense In First RoundMike Westhoff doesn't expect the Jets to pick him a special teams superstar at No. 30 in next month's NFL Draft. If the Jets' plan is to fill a need elsewhere, he's fine with it.
Popular Music And ProfanityAre we listening to a lot of "radio-edit" songs nowadays?
What Lockout? Giants Push Tickets, PSLs For 2011-12The Giants want you to "answer the bell" and buy ultra-expensive Personal Seat Licenses for 2011-12, a season that might not even happen.