A New Jersey town wants to make sure all of its essential businesses are equipped with emergency generators to prevent the chaos that occurred after Superstorm Sandy.
Michelle has attended Cornell, Columbia and Marymount Manhattan College. Her new film, “Apartment 1303,” opens in 3D on Wednesday.
The firefighters were all suspended following the accusations against a 18-year-old developmentally disabled man. Only firefighters will be allowed in the firehouse.
A northern New Jersey town has suspended its volunteer fire department after a teen was accused of molesting a firefighter’s 3-year-old son behind a fire truck.
Next time you’re driving past a crosswalk, make sure you come to a full stop or else it could come with a hefty price tag.
Five people were hospitalized Saturday following a fire in Teaneck, N.J.
New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley said the flu vaccine will protect most people from getting the flu and even if you do become sick, the flu will be milder.
The nor’easter, as promised, brought gusting winds, rain and snow and plunged households that waited for days without power because of Sandy back into darkness in temperatures near freezing.
Many in New Jersey still don’t have power nearly a week after Sandy struck, but that doesn’t mean their next door neighbors are in the dark.
New Jersey schools have begun the second annual ‘Week Of Respect,’ where students are taught how to prevent harassment, intimidation and bullying.
Crime scene tape is still surrounding the East Rutherford home of 70-year-old Barbara Vernieri. Investigators said the widowed real estate agent was murdered before her home was set on fire.
A major construction project over the Harlem River will have an impact well into New Jersey and towns there are getting ready, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported.
What would you do if you were 13-years-old and you had $30,000? David Feuerstein gave it all away, but when it was gone he still wanted to do more.
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.