Carteret To Buy Its First Boat From NY Waterway For Ferry Service
Ferry service from Carteret to Manhattan inches closer to reality, with the news this week that Carteret will purchase one single boat.
2 Men Stole From Secaucus Warehouse For Past Month, Police Say
Secaucus Police say a man who worked at a warehouse in town let another man in; together, the two stole more than $200,000 in electronics.
Secaucus Police Blotter, Jan. 10 - Jan. 16
Released by Secaucus Police, all of last week's arrests:
Change To Indoor Mask Mandate In Hoboken: Certain Gyms Exempt
Hoboken's mayor said certain fitness businesses can allow vaccinated guests to go unmasked, particularly gyms with fully vaccinated staffs.
'Significant’ Snow Possible This Week In New Jersey: Here's When
More snow is in the forecast later this week, bringing up to several inches of snow and harsh gusts of wind. Here’s the latest:
Newark Captain Found Dead In Firehouse; Authorities Release ID
A Newark fire captain and a retired firefighter were found unconscious in a firehouse. There were no signs of violence, prosecutors said.
COVID In Hudson County: Numbers, Tests, And Trends This Week
The COVID death toll in America surpassed 850,000 over the weekend. Find out Hudson County's numbers and where to get a test.
NJ Blood Supply Low Amid COVID: Here's Where To Donate
Here are locations and two links so you can find where to donate blood to save lives while supplies are low.
What Is ‘Dry January’ And Do You Want To Try It?
No drinking for a month can lead to many health benefits, according to some experts. Here’s what you need to know:
Rutgers Prof Explains The CDC's Guidance Change On Cloth Masks
This week, the CDC said KN95s and surgical masks provide more protection than cloth masks. A Rutgers professor says any mask is still good.
NJ Chemical Plant Fire Contained, Evacuations Avoided
The fire broke out at Majestic Industries and the Qualco chemical plant on Friday night. Multiple firefighters were injured.
Five Gang Members Charged In 2 Jersey City Killings: Authorities
Five members of what prosecutors call a "neighborhood gang" are charged in connection with the deaths of a teen girl and a gang rival.
NJ Man Foiled Nabbing $827 In Harry Potter Merchandise: Police
A South Jersey man attempted to steal $827 worth of Harry Potter merchandise from Universal Studios in Orlando, according to police.
NJ 'Oath Keeper' In Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Faces New Charges
Roberto Minuta, 37, formerly of Hackettstown, was named in Wednesday's indictment against Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers' leader and founder.
Two Burglary Suspects Charged In Hoboken
Police charged the two men with committing multiple burglaries in Hoboken in December, and with conspiracy for allegedly working together.
NJ Among Top States To Raise A Family In 2022: Report
Find out more about the WalletHub study and where New Jersey ranks nationwide in family-friendly categories.
Bergen Native Jack Antonoff Appearing As 'SNL' Musical Guest
New Jersey native Jack Antonoff will perform in the iconic Studio 8H for the first time as the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live."
Military Medics Coming To NJ Amid COVID Surge: Biden
Military medical personnel will arrive in New Jersey to help shore up a heath care system that is being battered by the omicron variant.
Pets Named Betty White Emerge At Morris County Rescues
Two shelters have rescued pets named after the late actress, and one will hold a 'Golden Girls' senior-pet adoption event.
Feds Want To Bring Wind Farms To 480,000 More Acres Off NJ
Gov. Murphy announced the federal government will hold a wind auction next month for more than 480,000 acres in the New York Bight.