Some wonder why housing projects in counties that recovered well after Superstorm Sandy got Sandy funds when areas that were harder hit had to wait longer.
The strike's averted. Now the pitch. To persuade NJ Transit workers that the deal they got is the best they can get. If even one union rejects it the strike's back on. The best Atlantic City can get ...
A major development deal to reclaim Camden -- the town Governor Christie's adopted as an incubator for transforming urban blight with economic enterprise. The historic Papal Visit. Pope Francis leads ...
Today's Garden State Express stories from Oradell, Milford and Bloomfield.
Brace for sticker shock. NJ Transit fares leap 9 percent come fall. And for more money, you'll get less service. All to close a $56 million budget gap lawmakers failed to fill. The corner grocery ...
Because more retail outlets are selling groceries, profit margins for supermarkets have shrunk causing some to close.
Against a deadline of midnight tomorrow, legislators rushed to pass scores of bills that may or may not make it to Gov. Christie's desk. One calls the day "anticlimactic." Months of maneuvering are ...
Verizon says service would be suspended if customers didn't switch to its fiber-optic network.
March for Babies is a March for Dimes event, being held across New Jersey this spring.
Power talks on property taxes in Trenton. New questions about a new park in Newark. Outrage over a towing tear in Bloomfield. And need a new knee? This robot's just the ticket.
Eighty-five cars were towed in Bloomfield Monday because of the snow.
It was legal construction. Should the building code be changed? Dashcam video goes viral. Police kill a black man. Bolstering the nation's blood supply. And Birthday Boy Bucky's big day.
Officials are wondering if building codes need to be updated after a huge apartment fire in Edgewater.
Ebola close to home and one man's efforts to help those in the Hot Zone. Crude oil trains: too volatile and too close? Minimum wage workers - living below the poverty line and we'll leave you dancing.
Mary Alice Williams pays tribute to iconic New Jersey diner.