Four Russian men and one Ukrainian are facing up to 30 years in prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The first corporate victim is Heartland Systems, which has a server in Princeton.
The Fourth of July and America celebrates with parades, fairs and a big "welcome back" for the Statue of Liberty. Plus, the crucial role New Jersey played in the American Revolution. And the Jersey ...
Historian Arthur Lefkowitz says many well known areas of the Garden State were crucial pieces in the American Revolution.
A historic decision on gay marriage and suddenly New Jersey could become ground zero for the next court battle. Plus, more money from FEMA, more criticism for the archbishop and a threat to close down ...
Chad Goerner says the Princeton merger has reduced taxes for residents and the new municipality is on track to reach target savings.
Terror arrests north of the border. Terror charges against the alleged Boston bomber. And the suspect's sister decides to lie low here in New Jersey. Plus, reaction from New Jersey's Muslim community. ...
The governor calls on Congress to pass hurricane relief. We'll have the details. Plus Democrats sounding off on the candidates they have and the ones they want. New information about your property ...
Master banjo players including Tony Trischka and Noam Pikelny (featured above) are performing in Béla Fleck’s Banjo Summit on an east coast tour through January with a stop at McCarter Theatre.
While an 80-foot tall spruce from Mount Olive, NJ grabs the spotlight at Rockefeller Center, tree lighting ceremonies are taking place across the Garden State in the coming days.
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” has nabbed 6 Tony nominations. The acclaimed Broadway play first premiered at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton.
A past President inspires the Jersey delegation.
A president at the center of the university merger.
Scientists say that global warming is raising sea levels, which can lead to more flooding of coastal areas.
Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, is being recognized in the Garden State this week with dozens of ceremonies.
Municipal leaders, residents and supporters of consolidation talk about ways to have fewer towns.