Hate crime vandalism investigation at Monmouth Jewish center
Mayor Jonathan Hornik directed police to use "all necessary resources available" to find out who was behind the graffiti which appeared in in a tree and on a street.
NJ Transit cutting 18 more trains — and reducing fares, too
The schedule changes take effect on October 14 and will last for three months while the fare discount will be applied starting in November.
Some Rider residence halls evacuated after gas main struck
Students are back in their dorms, but traffic on Route 206 will be slow during the Thursday morning commute.
Navy airman from NJ killed by propeller on aircraft
Joseph Min Naglak died on Monday on board the USS George H.W. Bush.
Racist font? NJ Republican leader defends anti-Kim mailer
The head of the state Republican Party defended a campaign mailer that used a font sometimes associated with Chinese restaurants to attack Congressional candidate Andy Kim.
They won thousands on Meadowlands bets, but FanDuel won't pay
Three bettors thought the Denver Broncos come-from-behind win on Sunday would pay big.
Kitten gets run over by Raceway Park monster truck — and survives
The black-and-white kitten was living in a car at the track and jumped out after a monster truck ran over it during a show on Saturday.
Hey, NJ, want to help with Hurricane Florence? Send cash
Charities that are spearheading the relief and recovery efforts in the Carolinas say items are often useless.
They died heroes: 2 men drowned trying to save another in Hazlet
Zaidius Perry of Keansburg jumped into the Thomes Creek when he saw Ronald Williams, 61, of Keansburg calling for help. When he ran into problems Mark Gorski went in after him.
Strong wave may have broken swimmer's neck in Seaside Heights
Amajeets Parmar's wife was on the boardwalk when she saw police on the beach, and had a feeling her husband might be involved.
Two die as 'distressed' swimmers drown in Hazlet creek
A group of four men in Throne's Creek became "distressed" while swimming on Sunday afternoon. Two made it out of the water, while two went under.
Swimmer drowns in rough surf off Seaside Heights
Thanks to Hurricane Florence, a high risk of rip currents and a high surf advisory have been in effect all week.
Florence stalls over Carolinas as NJ helps with rescues
Volunteers from the NJ chapter of the American Red Cross and members of NJ Task Force 1 are at work as Hurricane Florence drenches the Carolinas.
No, Jersey Shore's iconic Lucy the Elephant is not moving
Despite strong rumors to the contrary there's no plan to move iconic Lucy the Elephant from her current location in Margate.
Video claims Lakewood police chief had open can of beer in car
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office is investigating the authenticity of the video which is said to show Lakewood police Chief Gregory Meyer.
Does NJ congressman think orphanages better than gay parents?
Rep. Chris Smith said the audio recording of his May appearance at Colts Neck High School was "spliced."
Jersey guy braces for Florence after moving to South Carolina
The former "Ray The Prize Guy" is putting his experience with Superstorm Sandy to the test in South Carolina.
Elderly woman from Princeton missing after going for a drive
Doris Young, 77, is considered in danger.
NJ Transit canceled trains for Wednesday morning, Sept. 12
Positive train control installation led to the cancellation of at least a half-dozen NJ Transit trains on Wednesday morning.
NJ's Task Force 1 set to help with Hurricane Florence recovery
80 members of the NJ Task Force 1, including 25 who served with the team at Ground Zero, are on their way to the Carolinas.