The brutal winter may be to blame for tap water that’s leaving a bad taste in the mouths of some New Jersey residents.
Players from a New Jersey high school football team with a largely African-American makeup said members of another team taunted them racially before a game this past weekend.
The New York state alcoholic beverage industry was on display Tuesday at a summit organized by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and focused on bolstering the business.
The Summit School District wants parents to foot the bill after free full-day kindergarten was voted down months ago. Under the proposal, full-day kindergarten would cost parents $5,500 a year.
Two people walking home from a train station in Summit, N.J. found themselves surrounded and then robbed.
The 38-year-old Summit resident vanished on June 29. Authorities have said West and his 14-year-old daughter were on a group trip when their rafts overturned in very rough water.
A New Jersey man has been charged in what federal prosecutors say was a scheme to defraud hundreds of sellers of foreign and antique banknotes on the online auction site eBay.
Cyrus Fakroddin, 51, was arrested Wednesday at his home. He is charged with first-degree aggravated sexual assault and is currently being held on $250,000 bail.
The officer was driving on a winding road when another car swerved, crossed over the double yellow line and into the path of his squad car, hitting it head on, police said.
Controversial comments made by Police Commissioner Kelly regarding gun violence in the city have prompted community leaders to call for a summit.
The suspect has not been identified, but an official says the suspect led state troopers and local officers in Newark and Summit on a chase in a car that had been reported carjacked at gunpoint.
PSE&G thanked customers for their patience as they work to completely restore power. Meanwhile, JCP&L says it should be able to get everyone back on line by Friday night.
Not every parent wants a picture or video of their child or children posted online.
Part of the appeal of upscale Summit is the shady streets, the impeccably maintained Colonials and Tudors, and the lush lawns that stretch right up to the curb.
Something’s cooking in some New Jersey classrooms, as some districts consider eliminateing home economics courses – and it’s left a bitter taste in the mouths of students and parents.