Victims were found in a car that crashed into a pole, police say
SUEZ Water, formerly United Water, is still dealing with the water main break and its effects, and many residents are upset with their situation.
It's a tradition that seems to be a part of Thanksgiving as much as turkey and cranberry sauce. The annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will return to the streets of New York City once again to kick off the holiday...
Attorney Joel Silberman asked federal judges last week to reopen the cases, saying the city hasn't produced a settlement agreement for either case after seven weeks.
A 30-year-old Nutley woman told police she was able to fend off a would be carjacker twice as she dropped her sister off in Jersey City last month and police have charged a 27-year-old with the crime.
Woman also allegedly smashed security guard's cell phone
Police recovered a loaded handgun and arrested a 32-year-old man on weapons charges in a quality-of-life patrol in the city late Monday, officials said.
An 18-year-old Ocean Township man was charged with theft after he allegedly stole the donations box from the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
A Cinnaminson man was heading down I-295 Monday morning when another driver going the wrong way crashed into him at 65 miles per hour.
A 33-year-old city man was killed by a NJ Transit train in Paterson Tuesday morning, authorities said.
Ambitious but controversial development plan intended to increase revenue at park
The council voted unanimously to table the measure until a later date.
Donald Trump claimed "thousands and thousands" of people in Jersey City celebrated the 9/11 attacks.
Adding to his increasingly hard-line platform against terrorism, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said this week he supports the use of waterboarding, the controversial interrogation tactic
Glenn Straub said on Tuesday that he reached a deal to buy the power plant that services the boardwalk property.
John Farmer Jr. was New Jersey's attorney general on Sept. 11, 2001 and a former senior counsel to the 9/11 Commission.
Harrison Township residents could see their first liquor store in the community by the summer, officials said.
Former New Jersey Attorney General John Farmer Jr. said rumors about Jersey City and of celebrating elsewhere in New Jersey were never confirmed
Officers found Crystal Simone Lee, 51, trying to use a customer's identification information to get a debit card, according to police.
Authorities are working to determine what caused the death of a city woman whose body was found decapitated inside a Newark garage earlier this month.
Yogi Berra was one of 17 recipients of the nation's highest civilian honor.
James's attorney, Eric Pennington, said the allegations in the lawsuit are "baseless"
William Keylor, a historian and Boston University professor cautioned against removing the Woodrow Wilson name from Princeton University's campus.
New Jersey lottery officials faced questions from lawmakers Tuesday on a private lottery contractor's failure to live up to its promises to increase sales and payments into the state treasury.
Wayne Fox filed a lawsuit Monday claiming the city is displacing 300 residents at his Stratford Place property to cover up its "failure to protect its citizens"
The two New Jersey Democrats want legislation to ban those on terrorist watch list from buying weapons and explosives.
While toys containing toxic lead seem to have been successfully removed from store shelves, a number of hazards remain, says a consumer group.
A state appeals court affirmed the termination of Eddie Gonzalez, who was convicted of harassment for grabbing and kissing his 14-year-old neighbor
Borough police couldn't find a ladder to save a screaming woman from a burning Berkshire Road home Tuesday night, so they improvised.
Officials say troopers "caught a different kind of speeder"