Hoboken's Rebuild by Design project is a four-part water management strategy: Resist the coastal flooding, delay its release, store it, and discharge when it can do the least damage.
In New Jersey, mobile sports bets earned $82.8 million in actual revenue for the first half of 2019. Compare that to $3.3 million in revenue from on-site casino parlors and $13.7 million on location ...
NJ Transit train schedules will be modified this summer to work around scheduled Amtrak repairs at New York Penn Station.
Senators told horror stories at a State House committee meeting about foreclosed apartment buildings that end up vacant and abandoned.
It’s a bold statement to make, in Hudson County of all places, but Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla is looking to end a years-long feud.
Six years after Sandy, construction is set to begin to protect Hoboken from extreme flooding.
Ahead of a meeting in Hoboken with commuters, NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett said despite some recent progress, rail riders should expect "a very tough fall."
Doctoral students at Stevens Institute of Technology are developing a robot that could have a big impact on New Jersey’s underwater infrastructure.
As the state appears to move closer and closer to legalizing recreational marijuana use, expect to see more officials speaking out to make sure the law gets it right.
Bhalla is alleging Suez, the company that operates the Hoboken water system, has mismanaged it.
Local counties across the country struck deals to house ICE detainees years ago. But the Trump administration’s policy to separate migrant families at the border put a bull's-eye on locals who ...
Firefighters from Newark Fire Division and greater area learn to lift and move concrete and other large objects to free victims trapped inside and beneath massive debris.
Elected officials announced a $6 million federal grant that’ll buy a ferryboat for Carteret. The borough’s building a commuter ferry terminal to be constructed along the Arthur Kill Channel across ...
Their device was on display, along with roughly 140 other capstone projects, at Stevens' annual Innovation Expo.
The city’s firefighting history is on display in a historic building which for a short time served as a firehouse in the 1880s.