The College of New Jersey revealed its new Campus Town, a new community within the Ewing campus for students.
With the deadline approaching, Sandy victims are requesting that FEMA take another look at their claims.
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer announced the launch of a bike share program in the city.
NJ Bike and Walk Coalition Executive Director Cyndi Steiner says that the First Mile, Last Mile plan would facilitate one's commute in reaching transit and their destination.
When train service is suspended or disrupted, NJ Transit cross-honors between trains, buses and ferries.
Mayor Steven Fulop has put a stop work order on PSE&G non-essential projects.
Environmentalists raise concerns at the first public Energy Master Plan hearing.
The Urban League of Essex County has set up Newark students with summer jobs at Six Flags Great Adventure.
Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez said the contract between Stockton University and Glenn Straub's KK Ventures was properly terminated so the school can sell the former Showboat casino.
Commercial fishermen pulled in more than $87 million worth of sea scallops in New Jersey in 2014, up more than $20 million from 2013.
Observers say the governor’s reply on New Jersey's fiscal picture scored debating points, but exaggerations and distortions may provide future fodder to GOP foes.
Saint Michael's Medical Center in Newark has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, which it hopes will expedite its sale to Prime Healthcare.
The highest bid at the auction for the Surflight Theatre was $2 million, below the amount of secured debt.
It would require private loans to explain consequences if borrower or co-signer dies.
Realtors say New Jersey's housing market is improving but there are still challenges.