NJ women — and men — return for women’s march anniversary
Hundreds of women and men in New Jersey participated in worldwide marches in support of women's rights.
Killer babysitter from Toms River thinks her punishment is too harsh
Michelle Heale was convicted on aggravated manslaughter and endangering the welfare of a child after a child she was watching died.
Walmart giving raises and bonuses to employees after tax reform
Walmart and Sam's Club will offer a starting salary of $11 an hour while giving existing employees a cash bonus of up to $1,000.
Christie pardons sex worker, drug users, ex-cop before Christmas
The pardon of former Mount Olive officer Ryan Eastridge was one of ten announced Friday by Christie's office.
Murphy calls NJ Transit a ‘national disgrace’
Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti served for more than 20 years at New Jersey's DOT, including nearly 12 years as deputy executive director before going to Florida.
NJ man’s crazy holiday light display has neighbors glowing mad
Thomas Apruzzi's Christmas light display earned him a spot on a national television show and has brought throngs of locals to his quiet street.
Black Friday brawls? The worst holiday violence in NJ (VIDEO)
Every year, you hear about them — Black Friday stampedes, brawls and overall insanity. And with plenty of stores opening on Thanksgiving this year, maybe the Black Friday mayhem will actually start on Thursday.
NJ streets that are sort of named for Chris Christie already
From Goaway to Wits End Drive, we've been living with the governor's spirit in our streets for years.
Only 1 congressman from NJ voted for GOP tax overhaul plan
New Jersey would be one of the states hardest hit by the tax bill, critics have pointed out, because it would limit the ability of taxpayers to deduct state income, sales and property taxes from their federal income taxes.
Parents of NJ girl who wanted to play with boys bullied Catholic school, officials say
Cardinal Joseph Tobin testified he decided not to allow 13-year-old Sydney Phillips and her younger sister, to re-enroll because of their parents' behavior.