Just about every part of the state was hit with some snow and high winds plus freezing temperatures.
A state of emergency in advance of a monster snow storm. But wind, not snow, is worrying utilities. Transit takes a snow day, along with schools and businesses. And will beaches withstand the storm?
Power companies throughout New Jersey and New York prepare for Winter Storm Juno.
Szatkowski says snow from the latest storm is expected to be heavy and wet, which may cause power outages.
The winter of our discontent. New Jersey gets iced over. Tens of thousands lose power. And another storm is on the way. Plus, big new plans from the embattled Port Authority. What does it mean for New ...
PSE&G, JCP&L and Atlantic City Electric customers were in the dark Wednesday as a winter storm dumped snow and ice on New Jersey.
PSE&G says that the latest winter storm has provided a busy day with power outages.
New Jersey's utility companies and NJ Transit are closely tracking the winter storm that is expected to bring heavy rains and wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour to the region.
Endorsements come in for Gov. Christie today from politicians from his opposing party. They're all aboard the Chamber train, politicians and the politically connected. And we'll talk to a mental ...
PSE&G’s President and Chief Operating Officer Ralph LaRossa says "hurricanes are not turning left into North Carolina, they’re turning left into New Jersey and now we have to rethink everything we ...
Sweeney Says Bipartisan Hearings Will Be First Step to Prepare New Jersey for Hurricanes and Tornadoes
Senate President Stephen Sweeney says hearings meant to gather information about the state's response will help with the rebuilding process, which is a bipartisan effort.
After Hurricane Sandy downed thousands of trees and left millions in the dark, some are suggesting more aggressive tree trimming to prevent future outages.
Gov. Chris Christie visited Somerset praising the National Guard and explaining the progress that has been made in the recovery process from Hurricane Sandy.
Local government leaders are expressing their frustration with the lack of communication from the electric company.
U.S. Senate candidates Bob Menendez and Joe Kyrillos getting their messages out to New Jersey voters Monday.