Three people died in New Jersey last year after being struck by lightning. So, now some towns are investing money on systems that can do a better job detecting dangerous storms.
On Wednesday afternoon, a strange man allegedly offered a ride to four children on Tappan Road, near the Rockland County border. Fortunately, they did not go with him.
A tractor trailer fire has caused damage to an overpass of I-195 that passes over the New Jersey Turnpike, which led to a closure of both roadways.
Schroeder, 52, who lives in Washington Township and whose office is in Woodcliff Lake, has been arrested for allegedly writing bad checks worth close to $400,000.
Moriarty, 55, issued a statement denying the charges and saying he may file a complaint over his treatment with the police department’s internal affairs unit.
Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office spokesman Bernie Weisenfeld says 56-year-old Darlene Starrett was pronounced dead at the scene early Saturday.
Wedding dreams will come true for a NJ couple that has seen their share of tragedy. Martina Mcbride and Train frontman Pat Monahan will serenade Christina Davidson and Frank Tucci as they exchange vows during the Academy of Country Music Awards.
A beloved member of the community in Bergen County’s Washington Township has been found alive. Eileen, a one-legged wild turkey, was found at the Raptor Trust Sanctuary for Birds of Prey in Millington.
Two plaques at the Mercer County 9/11 memorial feature the names of politicians and volunteers but not those of local victims of Sept. 11.
A Sept. 11 memorial in a New Jersey town has angered residents and first responders. Because of the outrage, politicians were forced to have it removed.
Robert Ellis, of Ridgewood, N.J., died after an exchange of fire with police at 568 Jackson Road in Washington Township.
Bird watchers are all a flutter after a pink-footed goose was spotted in New Jersey. Serious birders have been getting up early to see the unusual sight.
When Samir Elbassiouny sees Egyptians fighting for democracy, he fills with pride.
When Gov. Chris Christie speaks at town hall meetings, he lampoons lawmakers for not quickly passing a series of bills designed to make it easier for local governments and school boards to comply with a coming 2 percent cap on property tax increases.
Gov. Chris Christie says New Jersey lawmakers have only 36 days to enact his reform agenda before town governments start suffering.