Family, Friends Rally Around Cyclist Critically Injured In Freak AccidentA freak accident in Passaic County that injured a local has friends pulling resources together to help with medical expenses.
Hoboken Pulls Plug On Electric Scooter Company After Several Accidents, Mother And Infant Injured By RiderHoboken’s mayor says because of this and other reported incidents the city is ending its contract with OjO but will continue with the smaller Lime scooters.
N.J. Town Cracking Down On Hoverboarding SolicitorsPolice in one New Jersey town are cracking down on illegal soliciting, and the suspects they're after have a very unique way of getting around.
Jersey City Holds Remembrance Ceremony For Victims in 9/11 AttacksJersey City lost 37 residents in the attack on the World Trade Center.
Neighbors Working To Restore Overgrown African-American Cemetery In NJ CommunityVolunteers are hoping to connect families who may still live in the area with their ancestors.
Samvincible: Former Lifeguard Working His Way Back To Water After Paralyzing AccidentA Monmouth County lifeguard who was paralyzed in the water is fighting to get back his swimming legs with the support of people from around the country.
Number Of Low-Income New Jersey Students Opting For After School Dinner Programs Soars, Study FindsA study by Hunger Free New Jersey found that between 2016 and 2019 there was a 34-percent increase in the number of school children taking advantage of after school meals.
Essex County Residents Fighting Further Turtle Back Zoo ExpansionEssex County residents are questioning the need to expand the Turtle Back Zoo, instead of saving taxpayer money.
Community Rallies To Help College-Bound Teen Who Bounced Around Foster HomesJosh Banks was on his own after he turned 18. He got into Rutgers University, but literally had nothing.
Breastfeeding Mom Calls Out New York Giants Over Child Ticket PolicyMetLife Stadium allows children up to 34 inches to enter the stadium free of charge during Jets games and other events. But the New York Giants have a different policy.
Where's The Money Going? New Jersey Spends The Most On Road Repairs, But Has The Worst Roads In U.S.The new report on both road conditions and wasteful spending on road repairs says New Jersey is in a league of its own when it comes to funding construction.
Monmouth County Officials Issue Warning About Harmful Algae Bloom On Manasquan ReservoirSummer is coming to an end, and so is the fun at the Manasquan Reservoir.
'I'm In Heaven': Homeless Father Reunited With Adult Daughters After 24 YearsJose Lopez lost touch with his family more than two decades ago, but thanks to the care of an NJ Transit officer, he'll again home with his daughters.
NJ TRANSIT To Publicly Release Monthly Performance Metrics Under Gov. Murphy's New PlanState Sen. Loretta Weinberg says she and the legislature will mark the agency's report card.
Newark Water Crisis: Group In Court Demanding Expanded Help Amid Lead CrisisRight now, only residents living in areas service by the Pequannock water treatment plant are eligible for free water.