Experts say the upward trend in prices is normal for this time of year.
Opponents are showing up at his public and private events, hurling criticisms on a range of topics and questioning his knowledge of a plot orchestrated by his aides to tie up traffic near the world’s busiest bridge.
New Jersey’s largest newspaper says it now regrets endorsing Republican Gov. Chris Christie for re-election.
The frigid temperatures have made for some unique sights around the Delaware Valley. One of them is in Lower Bucks County, which has become quite an attraction thanks to stacking ice.
A community pulled together Sunday to rescue a dog that was stranded on the ice in the Delaware River.
A southern New Jersey man who pleaded guilty in a child pornography investigation that led to several other arrests is now headed to prison.
Protesters upset with how the state is distributing relief funding for Superstorm Sandy victims have taken their complaints to Trenton.
The mother of two children who were living periodically in a 5-by-10-foot unit at a New Jersey storage facility will not have to serve a prison sentence.
The former owner of a third-party insurance administration agency was convicted of theft and misapplication of entrusted property.
Officials say the river was 65-percent blocked by 1-2 foot chunks of ice on Wednesday, leading to a seven-foot rise in the river level.
Trenton Mayor Tony Mack and his brother are scheduled to go on trial in federal court on fraud, bribery and extortion conspiracy.
Federal prosecutors say a 68-year-old southern New Jersey man who sexually abused a toddler and streamed footage of the assault online has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Breon Powell offered nothing in the courtroom when the judge officially imposed the sentence in the murder of Danny DeGennaro (photo).
New Jersey’s top court won’t review a ruling that erased the guilty plea and 10-year prison sentence given to a Pennsylvania convict who took part in a bank robbery while he was supposed to be looking for a job.
A political battle is brewing between city leaders in Trenton over whether to hold a Thanksgiving parade, and if so, how to pay for it.