Coronavirus Update: Curfews, Closures Put In Place As Confirmed Cases In New Jersey Grows To 267Gov. Phil Murphy made it clear Tuesday that New Jersey's new social distancing and curfew directives must be followed to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Hoboken Residents Face Curfew, 4th Person Tests PositiveHoboken’s mayor and police chief say the move is necessary after officers responded to more than 100 calls in a six-hour period Sunday night – mostly at bars.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Communities Impose Curfews, Order Businesses Closed As COVID-19 Rises To 98 CasesAs the threat of coronavirus grows in New Jersey, local communities such as those in Bergen County hit hard by the pandemic are stepping up public controls to limit exposure to COVID-19.
Hoboken Aims To Make SantaCon, LepreCon Pub Crawl Organizers Pay For 'Drunken Revelers' AftermathBig events such as pub crawls have cost tens of thousands of dollars, but a new proposal calls for bars to start picking up the tab.
Several Injured After Crash In Hoboken, NJEmergency personnel responded to the scene at Clinton Street and Third Street.
New Jersey Looks To Create Hit-And-Run Alert Program Named For NBA Star's Cousin Killed In 2016A new law in New Jersey to help track down suspects in hit-and-run crashes is being named after a man killed in 2016.
Menorah Lighting In Jersey City Dedicated To Victims, Officers Wounded In Downtown ShootingThe scene of the Jersey City shootout became a symbol of hope and perseverance on Sunday night, the first night of Chanukah.
4 Arrested, Dozens Receive Summonses During Hoboken's Annual SantaConParticipants dressed in Santa outfits are expected to hit clubs and bars during the annual booze-filled bar crawl.
Bipartisan State Senate Committe Charged With Fixing Troubled NJ TRANSIT Once And For AllCommuters were recently given a chance to sound off about their issues with NJ TRANSIT. Lawmakers are looking to improve service and upgrade one of the busiest transit hubs in the Garden State.
Hoboken Hires Officers To Crack Down On Bike, E-Scooter Riders Breaking Traffic LawsThe officers are being called Micro-Mobility Code Enforcement Officers.
Meet The Man On A Mission To Make 10,000 FriendsIt can be tough to meet new people, but not for a young man who's on a mission to meet 10,000 new friends.
After Multiple Street Flooding Breaks, Hoboken Begins Installing New Water MainsMore than 7,000 feet of old service lines will be replaced after months of frequent breaks and street flooding.
NJ Transit Engineer Wins Job Back After Deadly Hoboken Terminal CrashInvestigators found Thomas Gallagher suffered from untreated “severe obstructive sleep apnea.” He was fired, but last month won an appeal allowing him to operate trains again.
Hoboken Votes To Use Eminent Domain Take NY Waterway Dry Dock In Real Estate FightThe Hoboken City Council voted on Wednesday to allow the use of eminent domain to buy Union Dry Dock from New York Waterway for $13 million.
Exclusive: As Showdown With Hoboken Over Dry Dock Nears, NY Waterway Shows CBS2 Its Outdated OperationsPrime property on the Hudson River is fueling a fight between the City of Hoboken and NY Waterway.