The fire that broke out around 7:30 a.m. sent a towering plume of dark smoke over the Hudson River.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said five people were injured in an eight-vehicle crash in the afternoon just hours after two buses collided near the Lincoln Tunnel.
As NJ TRANSIT works on restoring rail and bus service to New York City in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, the Christie administration on Sunday approved an emergency bus plan to get people across the Hudson River starting Monday morning.
It was announced Thursday that the Hudson Bergen Light Rail system has received a $400,000 grant.
The writing seemed to be on the wall last month, when there was an asterisk next to the Grand Prix of America listed on the Formula 1 2013 calendar.
Officials expect backups in the eastbound direction across the George Washington Bridge and into Interstates 80, 95 and the Palisades Parkway, which could cause traffic to back up for miles into New Jersey.
Will it provide an economic boost or be a neighborhood nuisance? That was the debate Monday along the New Jersey water front where Formula 1 racers will take to the streets next year.
A man had to be rescued after he tried to save a dog that fell hundreds of feet down a cliff along the Hudson River in New Jersey.
There are two major concerts in New Jersey this weekend, not to mention Game 3 of the NHL Eastern Conference Finals. So, of course, this is the perfect weekend to start a big road-construction project that will snarl NJ Transit bus routes.
Do you believe the U.S. is an oil importing or an oil exporting nation? Across from a gas station in Hoboken on Friday, Menendez provided the answer.
NJ Transit spokesman John Durso Jr. says NJ Transit buses are being diverted to Secaucus Junction until further notice.
West New York and Weehawken, New Jersey will soon look more like Monte Carlo as a huge, international car race is speeding towards those towns.
Not so long ago an auto race in West New York and Weehawken would have been called the Dingy 500. But now it’s a whole new world along the Hudson River watefront.
New Jersey Transit passengers can now send text messages to alert authorities about suspicious activity and get schedule information on their phones.
It’s Lincoln Tunnel Challenge time again!