Bill Proposes Replacing NJ Civil War Hero Statue With Women's Suffragist Leader In WashingtonEach state has two figures representing it at the National Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol.
New Jersey Plan For Twisting Road Has Locals At Odds With State PlannersVillage officials say they were blindsided by the state's plan to change a popular road from two-way traffic to one-way for safety reasons.
Patriotism Goes Viral: FedEx Driver Stops To Pick Up N.J. Homeowner's Flag After Pole Is Blown OverAn act of patriotism was caught on camera. A FedEx driver went above an beyond last week to show respect to the American flag.
New Jersey's Portal Bridge OK'd For Federal Funds, But Gateway Project Doesn't Make CutEach project is graded independently based on its unique circumstances and against a series of criteria.
Point Pleasant Beach Seeks Beautification Ideas After Local Family Donates MillionsA Jersey Shore local family is doing things to give back to the community they love, giving millions to spruce up the downtown.
Major Redevelopment Plan Proposes Direct Ferry From NYC To Belmar, NJBelmar is flooded with 60,000 people on summer weekends.
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.
Best Friends With A Purpose: Cheetah Has A 'Therapy Dog' Companion At The Turtle Back ZooWhat do you get when you mix a predator and a puppy? Comfort.
State Audit Shows NJ Transit Remains On Life Support As Unreliability, Other Problems ContinueThere were 18,000 delayed trains between 2017 and May 2019 due to circumstances that auditors say could have been prevented by the agency.
One Of N.J.'s Largest School Districts Joins Lawsuit Against State Over Funding FormulaFacing steep funding cuts, one of New Jersey's largest school districts is joining others in suing the state for its funding formula. There's concern the cuts will have a big impact on students.
Anti-Drunk Driving Group Hopes Billboard Gets Message Across About Need For Designated DriversA Clark, N.J. native who was killed by a drunk driver now has a billboard honoring his life.
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.
Person Rescued After Plunging Through The Ice In Ringwood, N.J.New Jersey State Parks Police and Ringwood Police responded at the northern end of the reservoir shortly before 2 p.m. Friday.
Police Issue Warning To Stay Off Ice Following Pair Of Deadly N.J. Pond AccidentsAfter two deadly incidents on the same night, police warn people to stay off the ice no matter how safe it may seem.
Passaic Valley Water Commission Asks NJ For $26 Million To Help Residents Replace Lead Service LinesReplacing the pipe that runs from the curb to the house can cost homeowners more than $4,000.