Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and the Bergen County Medical Examiner's Office announced an innovative partnership to address problems of the beleaguered institution.
Bergen County shows off its new mobile driving simulator to train personnel how to operate vehicles.
Bergen County officials say the lawsuit is first they've heard of the former officer's harassment charges.
Murphy announced New Jersey will join a 22-state coalition in a federal lawsuit to reverse the FCC's net neutrality policy.
New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus is now a participating provider in the Veterans Choice Program, and will serve not only the 35,000 vets in Bergen County, but any New Jersey veterans who get a ...
Lawmakers will consider legislation to prevent large-scale fires.
Two years after a 240-unit complex was consumed by fire, lawmakers try to toughen building codes. Firefighters call it a good start. In the nation's capital, a call to boost funding for addiction ...
"Blue Laws" keep retail stores in Bergen County closed on Sundays.
Traffic and time have taken a heavy toll on New Jersey's roads and bridges. Now congress may make matters worse. Senator Menendez talks transportation funding. A few get a jump on Black Friday. But in ...
The investigation into the Port Authority's biggest client may reach into the leadership of the Port Authority itself. Now the Senate Oversight Committee is demanding oversight. The governor distanced ...
Employees have issued an OSHA complaint against the hospital, citing instances of workplace violence from patients.
While the governor's vaccine gaffe goes viral, the Grand Old Party throws itself a gala. Building flood resistant properties. Fire resistant too. And snapping up prime Atlantic City real estate.
Officials are calling for updates to building safety codes to prevent large fires like the one in Edgewater.
Republicans sweep. Incumbents too. And Democrats get a wake-up call. New Jersey sends its first African-American woman to Congress. Along with a power broker's brother.
Bergen County Executive Elect James Tedesco says after being sworn in, he plans to move forward the realignment of the police force into the sheriff's department.