It’s the 11th Annual Thanksgiving Tribute for Troops at the historic Battleship, the highest ranking navy vessel in U.S. history. Volunteers served a turkey dinner with all the trimmings to veterans and active military from Joint Base-Mcguire-Dix-Lakehurst, the Dover Air Force Base and several others.
At Langosta Lounge in Asbury Park Marilyn and Richard Schlossbach along with hundreds of other volunteers have been preparing a free Thanksgiving meal to anyone in need for nearly 10 years.
Senator Robert Menendez discussed the importance of the Gateway trans-Hudson tunnel project and how to help solve the foreclosure crisis. New Jersey has the highest rate of foreclosure in the nation and he says principle reduction can help to eliminate more from happening.
At Garden State Plaza, an average of 60,000 people shop every day. That’s 19 million visitors a year. Paramus alone rakes in more than $5 billion in yearly retail sales, making Bergen County one of the wealthiest in the state, and that’s with its stores shut on Sundays.
The DEP's proposal would develop about 38 of its roughly 1,200 acres into revenue-generating ventures that would plug its $2 million annual operating deficit.
Berry's crime was 43 years ago. He served one year in juvenile prison and four on parole. Most Christie pardons have been for inadvertent violations of gun laws. This is only the second time he's pardoned an ex-drug offender.
There have been five homicides over the course of two weeks in Jersey City. The state’s second biggest city has had 15 homicides this year by gunfire. Most of the victims are African-American men ages 18 to 25 from the city's western and southern wards.
The Port Authority is beefing up police presence at airports, terminals and crossings due to the State Department’s travel warning in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks.
AAA projects about 1.2 million New Jerseyans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
The Two River Theater Company's production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" is the same classic Broadway show with a twist--the cast is all male.
Christie said a president needs to listen the way Ronald Reagan listened, and the way Barack Obama doesn't. He said the current moment reminds him of the late 1970s when America had a weak president.
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer says the water main break that has been affecting Hoboken and Jersey City since Sunday could be fixed by tomorrow in a best case scenario.
Schools with the highest absentee rate, lowest test scores and dimmest prospects for graduation are categorized as "renew" schools. One reporter embedded herself in the Quitman renew school for three years. She spoke about what she learned from that experience.
Northstar told the Senate Legislative Oversight Committee its expertise prevented big losses in New Jersey.
The interfaith roundtable included Jews, Christians and Muslims. The discussion takes place after the House voted to strengthen the approval process for Syrian refugees to come to America.
The so called, ‘out-of-network’ act, aims to protect patients from surprise medical bills. Those services given by a doctor or hospital, not included in the patients’ insurance network.
The the 2011 law entitles 9/11 first responders to compensation and added health coverage if they've developed health problems directly from their exposure to dust and debris. The law expired on Sept. 30.
Senator Menendez said the United States needs to be a leader in galvanizing nations to create a coalition of action against ISIL.
If you lined up every lane of road in New Jersey end to end you would have 38,000 miles of pavement. That’s enough roadway to cross the country thirteen times. It’s all jam-packed into our tiny state, but who decides which roads get repair work done?
This is the 9th year of the National Sales Challenge at William Paterson University. While it’s a competition, it aims to give students a real world experience.
The NPD Group, a global information company, predicts toy sales will reach $19.9 billion dollars in 2015 up 6.2 percent from last year, becoming one of the best years the US toy industry has seen in well over a decade.