New Jersey-based Bed, Bath & Beyond will close more than 200 stores over the next two years as part of a restructuring effort due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Camp Nejeda is a safe haven in Stillwater, New Jersey for kids-- ages 7 to 16-- living with Type 1 Diabetes.
A street shooting in a northern New Jersey city left four men dead and three others wounded, authorities said Wednesday.
NJ Gov. Phil Murphy says he will sign an executive order requiring people in the state to wear a face mask outside when social distancing is not possible.
Long lines were reported as New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission locations reopened to customers for the first time in months on Tuesday.
New Jersey Democrats and Republicans will choose their candidates for president, Senate and House on Tuesday, but because of the COVID-19 outbreak, they'll be doing it mostly by mail-in ballots.
People arriving to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut from three more states will have to quarantine for 14-days due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19.
The rate of transmission of COVID-19 in New Jersey has exceeded 1.0 for the first time in a month and a half, Gov. Phil Murphy said on Monday.
Rutgers University announced Monday it plans to offer mostly remote classes with a limited number of in-person classes when it opens for the fall semester.
New Jersey Transit on Monday resumed full rail and light rail service after a break because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The governor of New Jersey says the state is starting to see “small spikes” in COVID-19 infection from people returning from trips to places like South Carolina and Florida.
Authorities in New Jersey are investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in the Hudson River in Jersey City over the weekend.
Authorities say a 6-year-old Philadelphia boy died after he was pulled from a pool at a resort on the New Jersey shore.
Authorities say a man died in a fireworks explosion outside a pubic housing complex in New Jersey early on the Fourth of July.
Crowds flocked to the Jersey Shore on July 4 as people anxious to get out of the house and enjoy the holiday weekend as New Jersey eased coronavirus restrictions.
Large crowds flocked to Jersey Shore beaches to enjoy the July 4 weekend. Credit: AtTheShore.com via Storyful
The July 4 weekend this year is unlike any other in recent history, but the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't mean you can't still find some ways to safely enjoy yourself.
Pools, parks, and even restaurants are all reopening across the region in order to celebrate a unique July 4 weekend.
With coronavirus-related restrictions being eased and temperatures climbing, people are flocking back to the Jersey Shore.
Traffic was backed up along the Jersey Shore on July 3 as people flocked to beaches to kick off Fourth of July weekend.