The low-salt winter. Why is New Jersey’s road salt still stuck at sea? Leaving office. Another New Jersey congressman says he’s had enough. And two former Christie aides say "no" to the bridge ...
Municipalities have dangerously low salt supplies after getting more snow than usual.
Seven-year-old Ethan Sandlofer is hosting the first Cycle for Survival event for kids only, to raise money for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in memory of his mother.
Snowbound. The Garden State coping with a powerful nor’easter that’s already dumped more than a foot in some areas. And it is not over yet. Comprehensive storm coverage.
Snow fell quickly, causing travel headaches on roads, rails and the air.
NJ Transit's William Smith said that he is optimistic NJ Transit will be able to return to full service Friday.
The governor meets with victims of Hurricane Sandy who are still waiting for help. The casinos take another hit despite internet gambling. And the warnings are out for a big and dangerous storm.
With large accumulation totals predicted, officials are trying to get ahead of the storm by prepping roadways.
Shea says scenarios like white substance found near MetLife Stadium today are planned for when there are big events.
February is Black History Month and there are many events throughout New Jersey to recognize the accomplishments of the African-American community.
She accused the Christie administration of abusing power. Now, a Hoboken official accuses Mayor Dawn Zimmer has been doing the same thing. New poll numbers for the governor and they are not pretty.
Port Authority Chairman voted to renovate the Harrison PATH station, though it would benefit his law firm's client.
A broader inquiry. That’s what the co-chair of the new combined committee investigating the bridge scandal is promising. Plus, the housing market in recovery. And it’s Super Bowl week in New ...
Airlines are planning additional flights after game day from Newark Airport.
Sen. Menendez fires back at reports that he’s been helping some fugitive bankers. Republicans sound off on the new committee investigating the bridge scandal. And a lawsuit, vacancies and maybe more ...