Investigators are trying to determine what sparked a massive fire that destroyed part of a Woodbridge apartment complex and forced residents to flee with nothing but the clothes on their backs..
More than 50 apartments in two buildings have been affected by the four-alarm fire in the Avenel Section, but no injuries were reported.
Mitt Romney left New Jersey with cash for his campaign and a prediction from Gov. Chris Christie that the state is going to be “Romney country.”
The fire broke out at the home on Lee Avenue in Woodbridge just before 1 a.m. Tuesday. Police say the woman’s 38-year-old son was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive.
Marine Corporal Kevin Reinhard was killed along with five fellow Marines when their chopper went down last Thursday in Afghanistan.
Firefighter Bruce Turcotte apparently collapsed at the scene. CPR was administered at the scene and Turcotte, 58, was put into an emergency vehicle and taken to JFK Hospital, where he passed away.
The video shows a man in a Flyers jersey throwing the first punch seen on tape. When one of the Rangers fans tries to intervene, he’s thrown to the ground and surrounded by the three Flyers fans who pummel him.
One person is dead and another is under arrest in two separate crashes on the Garden State Parkway.
Authorities say they have developed new information in the unsolved 1980 slaying of a local rock musician in New Jersey.
A plan to raise more money for the New Jersey Turnpike Authority by ending a discount for out-of-staters will actually hurt some New Jerseyans.
Gillespie will officially be named to the office on Tuesday — the day after the resignation of mayor James Phillips became official.
Emergency crews are still on the scene where a tanker crashed in Middlesex County on Saturday evening.
The Turnpike Authority wants to eliminate the off-peak E-ZPass discount for cars whose accounts are outside the New Jersey E-ZPass system.
It was supposed to be a senior prank, but now three students in Woodbridge said they’re facing criminal charges — and may not be able to walk through graduation ceremony and take part in other activities.
After striking seven times since December in New York City, it appears the “holiday bandit” has crossed state lines.