The school board in Randolph, N.J., has reversed a controversial decision to scrap holiday names.
In what would be yet another reversal, a New Jersey school district will consider adding holiday names back onto the district calendar.
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 server, who is also a registered nurse, plans to use the money to give back to the community.
Funeral arrangements were being planned Wednesday for a New Jersey fire recruit who died days after he collapsed during a training exercise.
Police in Morris County responding to a call about an unattended child in Boonton discovered a mother and son dead in a pond.
The athletic director at Fairleigh Dickinson is planning to increase the number of sports played at the small Division I school a short ride from New York City.
A van apparently went off the road and into a wooded area on the embankment.
Jackie Erb, of Summit, N.J., has juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia, which can spread to other parts of the body.
Brooklyn-based rapper Casanova surrendered himself to authorities Wednesday night.
Freshman Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski of New Jersey has defeated his GOP challenger.
New Jersey's annual black bear hunt got off to wet start Monday as remnants from Hurricane Delta soaked the state with wind-whipped rain.
You can vote by mail in New Jersey. Here is how to get and then submit your ballot for the 2020 general election.
Brian Schwartz says he wants to do some good.
The New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts, Washington Football Team and Green Bay Packers all canceled practices in an apparent response to the shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, in Wisconsin.
Nearly two dozen people were sickened and several had to be hospitalized after being exposed to toxic chemicals at a pool in Parsippany on Friday.
If you're in Morristown, New Jersey, you can now “catch” a fresh juice, or “Big Blue” smoothie. That's because New York Giants Super Bowl Hero, David Tyree, known for his "Helmet Catch" is now the proud owner of "Clean Juice", with his wife Leilah.
The couple's photos have become international and iconic of Philadelphia's protests.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, concerns are growing for the safety of shoppers and grocery store workers.
While it’s not clear if the man’s wife was treated for the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, which has infected more than 4,000 people in The Garden State alone, the moment was touching nevertheless.