The girl was on Laurel Drive when a van slowly drove by her three times, police said.
A bus driver was allegedly caught reading Tuesday morning, while driving more than 40 passengers on his NJ TRANSIT bus.
Midterms and finals are being done away with and replaced with a new form of testing at one New Jersey high school, in a drastic measure driven by the Common Core curriculum.
Craig Rovere put up a sign warning drivers to slow down on Laurel Drive in Wayne after someone ran down a “children at play” sign on the street.
Authorities are investigating a police involved shooting that took place in Wayne on Saturday morning.
Two construction workers were taken to a hospital with injuries that were described as not life-threatening.
A real estate agent accused of using a client’s home to hide an affair is countersuing the homeowners, claiming they tried to extort money in exchange for not releasing the home’s surveillance tapes.
Super Bowl XLVIII was just about 48 hours away Friday afternoon, and one Denver Bronco from New Jersey claimed he will start his own victory parade if his team wins the game.
Two real estate agents have been hit with a lawsuit, after clients alleged the agents listed their Wayne, N.J. home and then used it as their very own personal love nest.
Four William Paterson University students unwittingly went shopping in a closed store and left money to pay for what they took.
Some shoppers in New Jersey are proving that honesty is the best policy.
The former home of the W.R. Grace industrial site was once a toxic dump with radioactive soil. But after years of cleanup, the Environmental Protection Agency says the land is now safe.
Authorities say Casey Cole conspired with 24-year-old Bishma Cowan and 27-year-old Quashon Faircloth to set up Isaac Rinas, 18, for a robbery.
Casey Cole, age 18, of Wayne, was arrested in connection with the death, the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office announced Friday.
All this week, we’re is looking at what is happening in the housing market. Today, Ginny Kosola reports on progress in Connecticut and New Jersey.