Say hello to summer. The holiday weekend produces capacity crowds down the shore. Sailing off to success. A New Jersey yacht builder rises to the top of the charts. And paying tribute to those who ...
Viking Yachts in New Gretna celebrates its 50th anniversary and is the leading producer of sport fishing boats.
Riveting testimony in the bridge scandal. Politics in the proposed pipeline through the Pinelands. And Atlantic City's homeless: out of tourist areas and into services.
Newark-based Manischewitz produces more processed kosher foods in the nation, but new owners want to expand.
Fighting forest fires and hoping for help from Mother Nature. Down the shore. The governor kicks off his pre-summer beach tour. And New Jersey plays host to Rubik and his legendary cube.
Liberty Science Center in Jersey City partnered with Google to celebrate 40th anniversary of the Rubik's Cube.
The Bridgegate committee. Where is it going after their big loss in court? Credit downgrade. Will New Jersey’s problems cost you more money? And testing the new tests. Are they making the grade?
Despite some local laws limiting or prohibiting the practice of keeping chickens on residential property, many in New Jersey have started raising the birds for eggs.
Newark's "state of the city" might be precarious. New Jersey schools scramble to make up snow days. And pot may not be the cash crop you think it is.
Sen. Scutari plans to introduce a bill that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana in the state.
The Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund awards millions of dollars to New Jersey families to help pay for medical expenses of children with serious illnesses not covered by insurance.
Foreign aid comes to the Garden State. And it’s a major donation for hurricane recovery. Plus, new problems for the Rutgers president. New developments in the Senate race. And we talk to the new ...
The program lets teenagers practice driving in conditions like wet roadways in a safe environment to prepare them for real driving circumstances.
Gay rights advocates say the time is now to legalize same-sex marriage in the Garden State. Legal hurdles could put the brakes on a plan to eliminate the Rutgers Board of Trustees. Experts watching ...
Health Commissioner Mary O'Dowd and the Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism awarded $4.5 million in grant money to autism organizations around New Jersey.