Meteorologist John Cifelli says that snowfall will be the heaviest overnight Sunday into Monday morning with accumulations varying throughout New Jersey.
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State Climatologist David Robinson said that this winter is in ninth place in terms of snowfall, based on 120 years of state records.
Szatkowski says snow from the latest storm is expected to be heavy and wet, which may cause power outages.
Digging, scraping, slipping and sliding. And there’s another storm headed our way. Plus, the executive director at the Port Authority places blame in the lane closure controversy. And is a powerful ...
Joe Miketta said three to five inches of snow are expected Tuesday, mostly in the southern half of the state.
Democrats came out in support of Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo's campaign kickoff.
Counting down to the Senate primary. We have that story. And highlights from last night’s debate. Plus, Barbara Buono finally shows us the money. And a call to crackdown on dangerous buses.
Although most businesses are up and running since Hurricane Sandy hit, Cape May owners say there are fewer tourists visiting the region and less revenue for them this summer.
Surging water from the bay flooded this coastal community that has yet to recover from Sandy.
Democrats want the governor’s “John Hancock” on a health insurance exchange.
The limited transportation options in some areas have direct consequences for the local economy.
The Governor's tough tax talk.
A report by the American Society found the rate of lung cancer higher in South Jersey than in North Jersey.