Some theorize that a widening project on the Garden State Parkway nearby altered the topography and contributed to the flooding, but Murphy says it's too early to tell.
114 homes in the Greenbriar I senior community flooded earlier this week when the area was inundated with nearly 8 inches of rain.
Heart disease caused the death of 8,989 men in New Jersey in 2012. There are more treatments available now than in the past to help patients survive.
Harrowing hours on the high seas for thousands of cruise ship passengers now safely back on land. A storm of emotions after a storm with Category Three hurricane force winds. See how they fared. With ...
NJTV News has confirmed Chris Christie is ending his presidential campaign. His fate was etched in the Granite State's primary results. The debate bounce he anticipated went elsewhere, bouncing ...
Ahead of a major winter storm, communities at the Jersey Shore are bracing for a strong storm surge and the potential for flooding.
With the blizzard watch bumped to a warning, Gov. Christie's interrupted his campaign to be at the helm on the homefront, meeting with his cabinet on what emergency measures might be necessary. Among ...
Christie campaigns against " lawlessness in America" while murders spike in Newark. Now he wants the county wide policing that brought crime down in Camden replicated in the Brick City. Drugs in a ...
Today's Garden State Express stories from Jersey City, Brick Township and Lambertville.
Untangling the terrible Turnpike crash. The Jeb Bush emails: transparency invades privacy. Better than flowers for Valentine's Day. And special work-study for special needs kids.
A baby in Jersey City contracted measles and two children in the Brick Township school system got chickenpox.
More dangerous crossings. Rahway River flood control. Bay Head's stalled beach replenishment. Could Liberty State Park be opened to developers? And women and heart disease: a red letter day.
The American Heart Association aims to raise awareness about heart disease in women by encouraging everyone to wear red.
A final blow for the underused Izod Center. The vacant Hoffmann-La Roche tract's reincarnated as a medical school. Atlantic City's coming back. And help for addiction's a single phone call away.
The Mental Health Association in NJ recently launched a free, confidential call line for those coping with addiction.