The owners of The Star-Ledger plan to close New Jersey’s largest newspaper by year’s end if its production unions don’t make concessions in contract negotiations, the publisher said Wednesday.
Patrik Elias is set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 5 should he and the Devils not come to an agreement before that date. The clock is ticking.
The Hermann problem has popped up when many thought the worst was over, and that the Rutgers athletic department could start focusing on its move to the Big Ten in 2014.
If all goes well, Pineda could be back in the Bronx before the All-Star break
Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib will be joining offensive lineman Justin Pugh as he was selected by the Giants in round four of the NFL Draft.
New Jersey’s largest newspaper has announced it is laying off 34 employees, the first large-scale layoffs in the paper’s history.
Tim Tebow excelled in the Wildcat offense at Jets’ camp on Thursday, scoring three touchdowns.
Rex Ryan is trimmer and healthier these days after dropping an impressive 106 pounds.
Hakeem Nicks believes he’ll be ready for the Giants’ season opener and is aiming to make the start of training camp.
Zach Parise is uncharacteristically underperforming during the Eastern Conference finals and knows he must raise his game.
Two state troopers could be in hot water for allegedly speeding down the Garden State Parkway with their lights and sirens on back on the afternoon of March 30.
The action comes amid a report that a principal, the school board president, and a supervisor of custodians had enrolled their children in the free or reduced lunch program even though they don’t meet requirements.
Chris Christie, the tough talking governor of New Jersey, is yet again at the center of a presidential discussion.
Those who test positive will need a doctor’s letter saying there’s a legitimate medical reason and that they’re still fit for duty.
A seven-month investigation by The Star-Ledger of Newark found Joseph Colao frequently faked medical diagnoses to justify prescriptions for steroids, which he gave to cops, firefighters and corrections officers.