Teens from across New Jersey left college and high school classes Friday to march to demand action on climate change.
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American Dream's water park may have missed its deadline, but the megamall's indoor ski slope Big SNOW opened on schedule -- and to a sold-out crowd.
The association wants state government to make a promise — no new costs or mandates over the next couple years — to avoid ringing in a recession in 2020.
In Sussex County, residents were left in the cold and dark after the first snowstorm of the winter season.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of 37-year-old John Bellocchio alleges that he was assaulted by Theodore McCarrick, then the archbishop of the Newark Archdiocese.
Bruce Novozinsky accuses the Diocese of Trenton and St. Mary of the Lake Church in Lakewood of covering up alleged abuse by the late Father Gerry Brown.
The traditional Thanksgiving feast for the homeless at Eva’s Village featured turkey, trimmings and a side of primary presidential politics as Democratic candidate Cory Booker rolled in.
AAA is predicting a near-record holiday travel season this year, with 55 million Americans — including 1.4 million people from New Jersey — expected to travel 50 miles or more from home for the ...
At a press conference on Tuesday, Rep. Josh Gottheimer unveiled a bipartisan effort brewing in the House to temporarily fix the tax bill.
NJ Transit is taking a go-slow approach toward electrifying its fleet of 2,500 buses.
New Jersey residents joined some 13 million people nationwide who tuned into Day five of dramatic televised House impeachment hearings. For many it seemed to solidify already-held opinions -- and ...
Jersey City officials snipped the ribbon on a new housing services complex that's expected to kick-start a transformation in Bergen-Lafayette.
Legalized marijuana may not be coming to New Jersey anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean that officials aren’t worried about increasing numbers of high drivers that are already compromising road ...
The on-again, off-again attempt to legalize marijuana in New Jersey through legislation apparently died Monday.
A lawsuit filed in Middlesex County by a former Amazon employee is the latest development highlighting an emerging disconnect in workplace law: the clash between companies that have zero-tolerance ...