Development plans for the historic Sixth Street Embankment is close to moving forward.
Euphoric fans on this side of the Hudson filled MetLife Stadium to show their appreciation for the championship team.
In MVP Eli Manning’s hometown of Hoboken, Giants fans spilled out from the bars and into the streets after the big victory.
Cities and towns throughout New Jersey are celebrating the extraordinary achievements of African-American pioneers with lectures, exhibits, performances, activities and programs.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker announced today that the state's largest city is experiencing record decreases in crime.
A mix of snow, sleet, freezing rain and then, just plain rain made driving and walking around a messy endeavor.
Residents in many parts of New Jersey woke up Saturday morning to their first significant snowfall of the year. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for most of the state.
There are many observances and celebrations of the late activist throughout the state.
The parade committee decided to cancel the annual tradition, saying the city can't properly protect participants and spectators.
The Essex County Rape Care Center, a program of Family Service League Inc., is facing its greatest challenge since it was founded in 2004.
Bill Dressel, the Executive Director of the State League of Municipalities, says there are too many unknowns to forecast 2012 revenues for municipalities. First, holiday sales (which are still being ...
Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula explains how the assistance program helps residents in need pay their energy and utility bills.
With nearly 80,000 residents and just one supermarket, Camden is considered a food desert. Plans are in the works to build a second grocery store for the city.
Liberty Science Center's director of guest experience discusses the facility's offerings this holiday season.
2011 was a year marked by the force of mother nature and the force of Chris Christie.