After being denied entrance into Iron Bar for being too drunk early Thanksgiving morning, the son of a Randolph councilwoman became argumentative, and threw "three wild punches" at a person on the street, according to a Morristown Police report
Customers can use any NJ Transit ticket or pass on rail, light rail or bus routes, including private bus carriers.
Burt and Joan Meerow learned in 2008 that 80 percent of their wealth was gone after Bernie Madoff was arrested
The New Jersey bail bondsman, a spoke in the wheels of the state justice system as indispensable as judge and jury, could face virtual extinction if a proposal being floated by a state legislator becomes law.
Stanley Ross is a counselor with the Family Service Bureau, which is a beneficiary of the Greater Newark Holiday Fund
Khary Orr was found dead of a single bullet wound in the driver's seat of a idling, gold Mercedes-Benz at 4:30 a.m. on Dec. 30, 2007 near his home on Eckert Street
Plans have been approved for Morris Hall Meadows, an extension of Morris Hall and St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center.
The same groups held fundraising events after the 2010 earthquakes in Haiti and Chile and after Hurricane Sandy last year.
Advocates say it's become harder to help low-income families who develop legal problems because of rising poverty and budget cuts to legal assistance programs in New Jersey.
Santa and his (or her) many helpers hit Hoboken on Saturday for the third annual SantaCon pub crawl.
The male resident called police at about 2:10 p.m. as the back portion of his row home began crumbling, police said.
The Ivy League school has experienced an outbreak of type B meningococcal disease, which is sometimes life-threatening.
Kenilworth will receive $69,341 in property taxes for a portion of the new clubhouse at the Galloping Hill Golf Course. Union County has filed an appeal, contending the property is tax exempt.
In economic parlance, it's a selle's market, where there are few people selling and more people looking to buy. But sellers don't appear to be that interested in entering the market at the moment.
Some township officials say the move would save money and enhance the service, but critics argue that the savings would be minimal and the quality of the review process would be diminished at the state level
New corporate owner plans upscale improvements -- and eviction of downscale tenants
Amid the ongoing controversy related to local-access lane closures at the George Washington Bridge in September, a New Jersey senator has also raised another concern about the span and its impact on commuters.
Medhi Saharkhiz waged a four-year campaign to free his father from an Iranian jail. Last month Isa Saharhiz was freed, giving the father-son duo a chance at a reunion, but an uncertain future in Iran.
The material that has now been released might have come from a researcher at the university.
Kamal "Rico" Edge, 21, was being sought for the shooting of five people, one fatally, during a 4-hour rampage in June
Local airport group warns that guarding exits from secured areas will cost $8 million a year after TSA abandons posts as of Jan. 1
Restaurant says it has reached a mutual agreement with Dayna Morales
That's the bad news. The good news is that most of the state will only get a dusting of snow, if that, and some rain during Monday morning's commute, Bunker said.
At least seven cats and three dogs were rescued from the Gorge Road building, a volunteer with the Bergen County Protect and Rescue Foundation said
The bear population in northwestern New Jersey has been reduced by 1,000 over last three years -- but there are an estimated 1,000 fewer hunters this year, as well, officials say.
With election day six months away, exchanges between competing factions have already resulted in accusations of vandalism and violence.
Over two decades, Small World Coffee has maintained a strong sense of community among its employees and customers at its locations on Witherspoon and Nassau streets.
The pilot program will begin Jan. 1, 2014 for 100 employees of the partners in the Middlesex County Joint Health Insurance Fund.
At the close of business on Friday Roma Bank ceased to exist as a business entity. The bank has been sold to Investors Bank.
Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) is using a super PAC to spread his already considerable influence in New Jersey to everything from local school board elections to the upcoming mayoral race in the city of Trenton.