Live music and hot food helped hundreds of Newark’s hungry residents experience a small measure of Christmas cheer.
Entertainer Bill Cosby was at the debut of the Saint Peter's University Performing Arts Center in Jersey City.
Hurricane Sandy caused a tidal surge of the Hackensack River in Bergen County which forced water rescues of residents in Little Ferry and Moonachie.
The ACLU has filed a lawsuit against the New Jersey State Police, saying it does not openly provide promotion records or information about how promotions work.
Prosecutors say the Trenton mayor, his brother and an associate conspired to take bribes in return for selling city property.
Gov. Christie started the process that will greatly expand Rutgers and Rowan universities.
Republican and Democratic assemblymen and women began a series of get-togethers to address the concerns of the business community.
Palisades Park Mayor James Rotundo has refused to take down a memorial to comfort women.
The impact on small businesses including florists, bakeries and hardware stores was widely felt.
Micro-pubs will now be allowed to sell their beers to other bars, restaurants and liquor stores.
Can gas grow on trees? A start-up company in Hillsborough is taking alternative energy to a new level.
The Coast Guard is on the hunt for a possible serial hoaxer who could be responsible for not just the false alarm off of Sandy Hook last week, but a similar hoax in Galveston, Texas in May.
On the Rutgers campus in Camden, there is little doubt where people stand on the proposed merger with down-state rival Rowan.
Christie delivered the knockout line to a friendly audience at a national policy summit of the American Federation of Children, a group calling for school choice and vouchers.
He was in Garfield at a town hall meeting to drum up support for his 10 percent tax cut plan, taunting Democrats in the process.