NJ Gun Law Struck Down In Court For 3rd Time In A Month
The decision temporarily halts a measure allowing the attorney general to sue firearm businesses for certain public-nuisance violations.
Egg Prices Soar In NJ, But Costs May Go Down Soon
Amid accusations of price gouging, the egg industry has blamed inflation and a record-setting avian flu outbreak.
As More Newspapers Close In NJ, Hudson County Editor Speaks Out On PBS
The recent closure of the once Hoboken-based Hudson Reporter news group was followed by several longtime Central New Jersey papers closing.
NJ Weather: -20 Wind Chills, Intense Gusts To Hit The State
The cold, windy conditions could cause quick-developing frostbite, sporadic power outages and bursting water lines. See the latest.
41 MPH Winds And A 'Code Blue': Where To Get Heat In Hudson County
Find out where to go in Hoboken, Bayonne, or Jersey City if you lose heat, and see the local forecast through Saturday.
Package Delivery Mistakes: Be Neighborly, With Exceptions [Block Talk]
For many readers, fetching and delivering packages that end up at the wrong address is part of being a good neighbor. Thieves, though.
Bill Boosting NJ Temp Workers Headed To Gov. Murphy’s Desk – Again
Lobbyists say it would be a huge drain on businesses. But workers say it’s urgently needed in an industry that’s long been exploiting them.
Fatal Shooting Of Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour: What We Know
New Jersey was stunned to learn a newly elected Republican Councilwoman in Sayreville was fatally gunned down in front of her home:
Ferry Fleet To Dock On Hoboken Waterfront; City Promises Future Park
NY Waterway will keep 20 ferries on Hoboken's central waterfront for 3-5 years as the city begins converting the land into a park.
$520K-Winning Lottery Ticket Sold At Secaucus Train Station
The ticket matched all five numbers drawn from Wednesday's drawing. The winning ticket was sold at Faber News & Gift:
Arctic Blast Heading To NJ: Latest Timeline For Season's Lowest Temps
The Arctic blast could bring near-record low temperatures to the region, forecasters said.
Secaucus Area Pets Who Need A Home: Diego, Molly, Greg & More
Plenty of adorable animals are up for adoption in the Secaucus area.
Sayreville Councilwoman Shot, Killed Inside Car Wednesday
Republican councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour was shot multiple times and killed inside her car. Gov. Murphy says he is "stunned" by her murder:
Bloomfield Synagogue ‘Firebomb’ Suspect Is In Custody, Authorities Say
The person who threw a Molotov cocktail at Temple Ner Tamid is in the custody of the FBI and Bloomfield police, the town’s mayor said.
Gov. Murphy Defends Using $520K In NJ's COVID Funds On SUVs
The administration received flack for using American Rescue Plan Act funds on vehicles to transport the governor and other state officials.
Hudson County Man Charged With Sex Assault Of Minor Girl: Prosecutor
Noe Ventura-Amaya was arrested Tuesday in his West New York home, prosecutors announced.
NJ Weather: 'Dangerous' Cold May Bring Wind Chills 25 Below Zero
Gusts could reach up to 40 mph, leaving the risk of frostbite 'very high' during the frigid stretch, forecasters say. Here's the latest.
Man Entered Hoboken Business And Held Person Against His Will: Police
A Hoboken man was charged with terroristic threats after he "held a victim against his will while threatening him with objects" police said.
Salt Truck Hits Rt. 3 Electric Lines, Closing Major Artery For Hours
A salt truck collided with power lines at 6 a.m., which caused live electric wires to fall onto Rt. 3 and closed Rt. 3 in both directions:
Secaucus NJ Turnpike Crash Blocks Lane Wednesday Morning: DOT
A crash on the New Jersey Turnpike in Secaucus has prompted commuting delays Wednesday morning, authorities said.