Gov. Christie is scheduled to deliver the State of the State address Tuesday.
Experts say this year's flu strain mutated, making the season worse than usual.
Officials held a groundbreaking for a new school in Jersey City Heights for pre-K to fifth grade.
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening Jan. 9 through Jan. 15.
Is Christie too cozy with the Cowboys? Containers in Port Newark. Homeland Security's scanning for danger. Hospitals paying for making people sick. And a green dune defense. Christmas trees!
The Bradley Beach DPW is using donated cut Christmas trees to help replenish sand dunes Hurricane Sandy destroyed.
Blistering criticism of Newark's school reformer. Bridging the gap between cops and kids of color. An interfaith effort to shelter the homeless. And traumatic brain injury gets new treatment teams.
The exhibit "gentrification: The Changing Landscape of Jersey City" takes audio interviews about the city and turns them into artwork.
Plan on drinking tonight? Plan on a sober driver. Suspending new rules for sleep-deprived truckers. A year in headlines. Events that changed us. A crystal ball view of what's coming next. Is this a ...
A look back at the most impactful New Jersey stories in 2014.
Christie's presidential prospects? Great if not for Bush. Riders tell Port Authority don't mess with the PATH. Entrepreneur-friendly states? Not New Jersey. And it's a bird. It's a plane. It's a ...
Many in areas with PATH service say cutting trains from 1 to 5 a.m. will impact thousands.
Does a double veto doom Port Authority reform? The national politics behind that local decision. The New Year's minimum wage hike. And seniors going social in more ways than one.
Christie and Cuomo vetoed measures that lawmakers passed to reform the Port Authority.
Now playing at a theater near you: Sony pictures reversal. Pushing the movie they pulled. Feeding the hungry this Christmas day. One electrifying teacher. And a holiday money-maker. Right on point.