The municipality with the highest density of Korean-Americans in the U.S. says multiple parties are to blame for the escalation.
More than half of Palisades Park residents are Korean and some have difficulty following borough council meetings, which are conducted in English. So officials have agreed to hired a translator upon ...
Cutting costs and long lines at Motor Vehicle Commission offices by changing license expiration dates, relying on snail mail or online transactions and launching mobile units when the computers crash. ...
A new health initiative for thousands of New Jersey troops who served in war and suffered the consequences of post traumatic stress, but could the fear of being stigmatized for seeking help be fatal? ...
Today’s Garden State Express features stories from Palisades Park, Hopewell Township and Closter.
The governor doing battle with the new Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor. Cory Booker talks about American apartheid. And we’ll talk to a man who could be the next mayor of Newark.
Gov. Chris Christie addressed comments from Milly Silva who called him a bully and Sen. Rand Paul who implied that New Jersey was taking too much money back.
North Korea's saber rattling continues to make international headlines. According to reports, North Korea is threatening another missile test very, very soon. The heightened tension in a very delicate ...
Although North Korea is threatening military action, Korean-Americans in Palisades Park say similar threats have been ongoing for years.
The governor's take on the Colorado massacre.
Palisades Park Mayor James Rotundo has refused to take down a memorial to comfort women.
Lawmakers voted but the Christie administration gets the final say. Plus, they're celebrating the university merger in South Jersey. And a leading Republican sounds off on the work they've done.
Seventeen people from six states, including New Jersey, have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a scheme to fraudulently obtain driver's licenses for undocumented individuals.
Leaders of New Jersey’s Korean American community are not happy about the rejection of state Supreme Court nominee Phillip Kwon.
The governor defended his plan to reduce income taxes by 10 percent over three years at a town hall event in Palisades Park.