A former Chris Christie appointee convicted in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal is set to be freed from prison after a federal judge ordered his release Monday pending an appeal ...
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear a case involving two former New Jersey officials convicted of felonies for causing gridlock near the George Washington Bridge.
Murphy unveils an agreement on congestion pricing with New York and addresses the resignation of Lizette Delgado-Polanco at the SDA.
A federal judge ruled that Kelly will serve 13 months for plotting to cause traffic jams near the George Washington Bridge to punish the Fort Lee mayor who refused to endorse Christie for reelection.
Gov. Murphy says he won’t stand for New Jersey drivers getting double-tolled by New York's proposed congestion pricing.
In November, a federal appeals court threw out civil rights counts against Baroni and co-defendant Bridget Kelly and ordered the resentencing.
An appeals court tossed some of the counts against Baroni and co-defendant Bridget Kelly in November but upheld the most serious ones.
Monday’s rush hour will be commuters’ first experience with what’s predicted to be a descent into traffic hell.
It's a road construction project that's sure to be a traffic nightmare for months, or even years.
It's been three years since former Christie aides Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly were indicted.
Minority and women-owned business attended a forum where contracting opportunities were discussed in the development of Newark Airport's new Terminal One.
The relationship between Wildstein and Christie is what's in question, with each offering up a different characterization of their friendship.
Bergen County town Leonia plans to enforce "locals only" streets to battle rush hour traffic.
Atlantic City's slimming down to prepare for retaking control from the state. And you might be surprised to hear what's being cut. A new report card on public schools contains more information than ...
New York Gov. Cuomo is attempting to install his own inspector general at the Port Authority.