The problem is being called an epidemic of identity theft and credit card fraud with more than 200 victims and counting.
Passover starts at sundown Friday. For many Jewish people, that means no eating bread for the next eight days.
The winning Mega Millions tickets were sold in Illinois, Kansas and Maryland, but some Tri-State Area players also cashed in.
With north Jersey’s Muslim community growing in recent years, and Teaneck having two mosques, there is a call for the town’s schools to observe Muslim holy days, and close.
Perhaps you’ve seen them on the highways – silver alerts. It can be frightening when a person with Alzheimer’s Disease disappears. Some caregivers are tracking movements with GPS in a car. A Teaneck company has taken the next logical step.
Police are trying to determine if there’s a connection to a rash of smash and grab burglaries in three northern New Jersey towns.
With so many states and localities struggling to survive, the paying out of unused sick time is really hurting budgets, and New Jersey’s governor wants to do something about it.
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.
Authorities say a tree fell at around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday on River Road and Northumberland Road in Teaneck, knocking over a utility pole.
Henry and Alberta Mood died when a kerosene lamp apparently sparked a fire at their Shepard Avenue home that had lost power during the weekend nor’easter.
Police arrested 63-year-old Uzi Rivlin on Tuesday for allegedly having sexual contact with two 13-year-old boys.
Sheera Ashendorf is among those worried that the plan that has been approved will create overcrowding problems and unsafe conditions.
It has been a week since the dismembered body of 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky was found, and today CBS 2′s Pablo Guzman has learned exclusive details regarding the case.
One of the films being featured at this year’s Hoboken International Film Festival looks at a dark day in the history of New Jersey and its educational institutions.
The State Senate approved a measure to restore $7.5 million for women’s health clinics, but Democrats failed to get a veto-proof majority.