The crews of the Coast Guard Cutters Capstan and Cleat worked to help prevent flooding and maintain navigable waterways.
An ice jam on the Delaware River just south of the Trenton Morrisville Bridge has prompted officials to issue a flood warning for Bucks and Mercer Counties.
The 20-mile section of overhead wires experienced problems over the last 24 hours, with only one track open for trains to get by on earlier on Tuesday.
Numerous charges have been filed against a Trenton man who allegedly held his two young children and their mother hostage during a lengthy standoff at a city apartment building.
No injuries were reported in the standoff at the Coolidge Avenue building, which started shortly after 5 a.m. Monday and lasted for about four hours.
Police are investigating if the weather played a role in a deadly accident on New Jersey Transit’s River Line.
New Jersey legislators are being asked to allow public entities, including schools, to acknowledge Christmas, Hanukkah and other celebrations as part of the holiday season.
A battle is brewing in Trenton over college tuition help for immigrant children who are in the country illegally.
A bill making its way through the New Jersey legislature could drastically change what passes for “distracted driving” in the Garden State.
When it comes to the inclusivity of policies, laws and services in Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love earns a perfect score.
New Jersey teens caught sharing naked pictures of themselves with peers would no longer have to register as sex offenders under a bill advanced Monday by a state Assembly committee.
A dominant re-election victory in hand, NJ Gov. Chris Christie is pursuing a path to bolster his resume as a get-it-done Republican leader.
Two bodies were found in Hamilton Township’s Veterans Park on Saturday, according to police.
At a summit on human trafficking Friday in Trenton, the State Attorney General’s Office described efforts to step up enforcement, awareness, training and victim services.
According to acting New Jersey Attorney General John J. Hoffman, Irving Fryar and his mother conspired to steal more than $690,000.