Joe Piscopo To Kick Off Frank Sinatra Statue Unveiling In Hoboken
A bronze Frank Sinatra sculpture will be unveiled on Sunday at Sinatra Park in Hoboken, N.J. Tina Sinatra and Joe Piscopo will attend.
High Winds Collapse Jersey City Building Under Construction
Nearby buildings, including a school, were damaged in the collapse.
First Snow For Parts Of NJ In Wednesday Forecast
Parts of New Jersey could see its first snow on Wednesday. Here's the latest:
Police Investigating Swastika, Message Found At NJ Synagogue
"We condemn this and all acts of hatred directed at anyone or any group," the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement.
NJ Lawmaker's Bill Would Expand Opioid Users' Access To Methadone
Rep. Donald Norcross' bill would allow pharmacies to distribute methadone and increase the volume a patient can take home at a time.
Six People Fighting COVID-19 At Hoboken Hospital, Up From Zero
Five of the patients with COVID at Hoboken's hospital are Hoboken residents, four of whom are unvaccinated, the mayor said.
Amy Adams Dines At Sea Girt Italian Restaurant: Reports
Adams was spotted at Italian restaurant Anjelica’s in Sea Bright on Nov. 27, according to celebrity Instagram account Deux Moi.
Snow, Showers, Wind Gusts Possible In NJ Forecast This Week
A storm system expected to move through the region this week could bring light snow to New Jersey on Wednesday. Here’s the latest:
NJ Mom Charged In Baby Daughter's Fatal Stabbing: Prosecutors
According to the Salem County Prosecutor's Office, police found the infant with multiple stab wounds to the chest.
Where To Find Christmas Trees In 2021 Near Secaucus
Is a real Christmas tree on your wish list this year? Our favorite tree farms near you:
1st Omicron COVID Variant Case Confirmed In New Jersey
The infected woman had recently traveled to South Africa and has been in isolation since testing positive, officials said.
NJ Boy Scout Councils Selling Land To Settle Sex Abuse Claims
Two land sales have happened so far, and others are possible as councils try to meet their obligations in a proposed national settlement.
Morris Co. School District Will Get A Day off To De-Stress
You've heard of a snow day. Now how about a de-stress day? Roxbury Public Schools will get one next week.
NJ Small Businesses Face Holiday Supply-Chain Impacts
Big-box retailers aren't the only stores impacted by the ongoing global supply chain. NJ small business owners are also feeling its effects.
Holiday Travel: Will NJ Get On The Road Or Cancel Plans?
When it comes to travel plans this holiday season, will the Omicron variant have an impact?
COVID Hit NJ Worst In Cities Most Vulnerable Pre-Pandemic: Report
Health disparities partially driven by race, geography and class became factors in each community's COVID vulnerability, the report says.
Ending HIV Epidemic In New Jersey? Here’s The Plan, Officials Say
There are more than 38,000 people in New Jersey who are living with HIV/AIDS.
Amid Omicron, NJ Urges Anime Convention Guests To Get Tested
A man who attended a NYC anime convention has tested positive for the new omicron coronavirus variant. NJ is urging attendees to get a test.
Brooklyn Man Charged After Threatening Texts To Bergen Resident
A New York man used multiple phone numbers and anonymous social media accounts to send dozens of threatening messages, prosecutors said.
Democrats Show Double Standard On Public Health: NJ Senator-Elect
Edward Durr sounds off after Republican legislators were initially denied access to the Statehouse over a new COVID-19 vaccine policy.