At a town hall meeting at Rutgers Newark, university president Robert Barchi tried to talk strategic planning for all school campuses.
Police in Gloucester County, New Jersey have the life of a nine-year-old autistic child they saved. Officers found the boy Saturday afternoon stuck in mud and water in the Mantua Creek in East Greenwich.
Starting Friday at 6 p.m. until Sunday at 3 p.m., bars and restaurants in Avalon will be transformed into boutiques with items from 34 stores.
Authorities say the extensive search for a missing New Jersey woman is continuing on the ground, in the water and through the air.
Sunday night was expected to be the last night in Seaside Heights without overnight residents since Superstorm Sandy hit in October.
Flood waters filled the home of war veteran Andy Jackson with almost two feet of water. His furniture is gone, walls and floors taken apart, but his spirit remains intact, thanks to fellow U.S. Navy and Army veterans from his local American Legion post helping him rebuild.
Philadelphia police are searching for a man who stabbed and killed a fill-in bartender at a South Philadelphia establishment early Sunday morning.
What appears to be a high speed New Jersey State Police escort of a caravan of luxury vehicles on the Garden State Parkway in 2010 in a YouTube video came to light after witnesses complained about a similar incident in March of 2012 and an internal investigation was launched.
In December of 1963, Deborah danced as a teenager on Dick Clark’s American bandstand. The couple met there in 1962. He watched the bands and she liked to dance.
Washington township high school students, in a show of unity and support, walked out of class and around the school’s track Monday morning to remember 18-year-old Nicole Kellenyi, a senior, killed in a car crash Saturday night.
Sobbing and holding tight to one another, Washington Township high school students, most of them seniors, and many parents gathered on Sunday at the scene of a two car crash that killed their classmate, Nicole Kellenyi on Saturday night.
Smoke continues to billow in the air over Barnegat Township where a wildfire near Barnegat Blvd gets doused with water from helicopters. Officials say it is no longer a threat to homes
Trenton’s health department could shut down some city buildings if a toilet paper shortage isn’t resolved soon.
Employees at the non-profit marine mammal-stranding center in Brigantine bring back a 60-pound harbor porpoise that washed up on Long Beach Island Wednesday.
Rising gas prices are a pain for everyone, but you could be getting hit in more ways than you think. Pain at the pump is hurting local businesses in south Jersey, which could mean you’ll be paying more for the goods you need.