Health Experts: As Coronavirus Cases Spike, It's Time For A March/April Mindset In New JerseySteps are being taken in New Jersey, where coronavirus cases are spiking.
New Jersey Fire Department Temporarily Shut Down Due To COVID-19 Exposure IncidentRight now, contact tracing and testing is underway for Washington Township firefighters.
Bergen County Woman Hopes To Combat Bullying Through 'Hat Not Hate' CampaignShira Blumenthal started "Hat Not Hate" after getting bullied as a child.
Affordable Housing Agreement Approved In Englewood CliffsThe settlement comes after a lengthy legal battle.
New Jersey Postal Service Worker Arrested For Allegedly Dumping Mail, Including Election BallotsInvestigators say Beauchene made the dumps between Sept. 28 and Oct. 2. The mail was destined for addresses in Orange and West Orange.
Election Concerns Grow In Bergen County, N.J. After Dozens Of Mail-In Ballots Found Discarded In DumpsterNorth Arlington police brought in the USPS, which collected all the mail that was found and said the mail has since been correctly delivered.
1,000 Boxes Of Food Delivered To New Jersey Food Pantry As State Sees Spike In Food InsecurityAcross the state, the number of hungry people has risen 56% since the start of the pandemic.
New Jersey Making Final Preparations For Unprecedented Vote-By-Mail ElectionAt the office of Bergen County Clerk John Hogan, the staff is busy sending out their first wave of ballots for the 2020 election.
6 New Jersey Men Arrested In String Of 'James Bond Style' BurglariesThey're accused of stealing more than $450,000 in cash and jewelry.
New Jersey Residents Worried About Possible Spike In Coronavirus Cases After Alpine House PartySocial media video from July shows a large backyard crowd illuminated by blue headphones, but there are no masks in sight.
Controversial Arrest Video Shows Officers Pulling Teen Off Bicycle In Ridgewood, N.J.Cell phone video captured the controversial arrest of a 15-year-old boy on a bicycle in Bergen County, NJ.