Woman Rescued After Falling Into Well In New JerseyFirefighters had to bring special equipment in to get her out.
Driver Rescued After Car Hits Tree, Goes Out Of Control, Catches Fire In Hillsdale, N.J.A car hit a tree and lost control Tuesday, ending up about a block away just touching the front of a home in Hillsdale, New Jersey.
Suspects Caught On Camera Stealing Trump Signs From Front Lawns In New Jersey TownDonald Trump campaign signs are disappearing in one New Jersey town after suspects were caught on video stealing them.
Stories From Main Street: Longtime Workers Buy, Save 130-Year-Old Bergen County FarmElizabeth Demarest, 90, could have sold for big bucks, but she didn't want to see McMansions sprouting up on her 34 acres in Hillsdale and Saddle River.
Dump Truck Partially Falls Through Roof Of Parking Garage In HillsdaleVideo from the scene shows the back of the truck in a hole through the parking lot, which is above an underground garage.
N.J. District Tries To Get Around Snow Days With 'Virtual School Days'Can technology trump Mother Nature when she delivers a brutal winter like this one? School districts counting up the snow days are hoping so.
NJ Mom Who Lost Leg When Car Plowed Into Trader Joe's Store Opens Up About OrdealOn Nov. 13, an out-of-control Toyota Camry jumped the curb and slammed through a glass window into the front of the Westwood Trader Joe's. Ruta Fiorino was pinned between the car and a metal cart rack.
New Jersey Under Attack From Asian Tiger MosquitoNew Jersey is under attack – not by annoying but harmless cicadas, but by a truly nasty creature that will buzzes and bites with fury.
New Jersey Police Chiefs: Preparation Is Better Than Armed GuardsSome New Jersey police chiefs have expressed serious doubts about the notion of armed guards in schools.
Despite Heavy Rain, Flooding, Plenty Of Pumpkins To Go Around In New JerseyEven with the flooding some farms have had this year, many are ready for the upcoming pumpkin season.
Rains Subside, But Tri-State Flooding Problems RemainThe rain moved out Monday morning but it left its mark across the Tri-State.