After an outcry at a raucous public meeting over a previous decision to rename Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples Day, the board of education at a New Jersey school district decided to strip all holiday names off of the school calendar.
The U.S. Coast Guard and a good Samaritan were able to rescue six people who were trapped on a boat off the coast of Atlantic City.
A 3-year-old boy died after he was attacked by his family's dogs in the backyard after he fell out of a window.
Some of the largest airports in the U.S. are short-staffed by as many as 100 TSA officers each, according to a memo.
Authorities have identified a 70-year-old man who was killed after he was struck by lightning on a Burlington County golf course Wednesday as storms moved through the area.
Eric Adams acknowledges that he must cross a bridge to get to City Hall from his primary residence, but it's the Brooklyn Bridge, not the George Washington.
With less than two weeks until her wedding day, Jazlyn Amador learned the six bridesmaids' dresses she ordered won't be arriving in time or at all.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has won the Democratic primary, all but a formality since he ran unopposed. He will take on Jack Ciattarelli, the small business founder and former Assembly member, who the Republican primary.
The National Weather Service issued Severe Thunderstorm Warnings and Flash Flood Warnings for several counties in New Jersey and New York.
The Essex County Prosecutor's Office is investigating the death of a student at an athletic field in Maplewood and an injury to another.
Some of New York's bravest and finest faced off for bragging rights on Sunday, as the NYPD and FDNY played the annual Fun City Bowl.
New Jersey Republicans decide Tuesday if their standard-bearer to take on Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy will be a strong supporter of Donald Trump or a well-funded, establishment-backed candidate who hardly mentions the former president.
A fifth-grader in New Jersey wrote a first-person essay on Adolf Hitler and is now under investigation.
Gov. Phil Murphy is ending the COVID-19 public health emergency that has been in place in New Jersey for more than a year.
New Jersey lawmakers are considering an array of bills that would give Atlantic City casinos some financial relief from COVID-related declines, as well as expanding sports betting, raffles and other gambling.
New Jersey will be shutting down its six mass COVID-19 vaccination sites as the state moves from a mega-site model to relying on about 1,800 community inoculation sites.
The Board of Commissioners of Deal, N.J., was set to vote on an ordinance limiting parking on several streets near the beach to residents only. The vote has been postponed.
Police say a woman stole a police car in New Jersey’s capital city and led law enforcement on a chase through a nearby township before she crashed and was arrested.
Gas prices remained steady in New Jersey and around the nation heading into the Memorial Day weekend, but drivers are paying more than $1 per gallon more than they were last year.
A big honor for three heroes in Newark who also made history breaking racial barriers. A firehouse was dedicated Friday to the city's first three African-American firefighters.