3 hrs ago | WKXW-FM Trenton
Four major transit agencies in New York and New Jersey will receive $3.7 billion in federal aid to repair damage from Superstorm Sandy.
4 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
Captain Kevin Wark of Barnegat Light with a newly captured Atlantic sturgeon on his boat Dana Christine.
8 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Sand from the beach at Sea Bright is placed in a giant sifter as work to restore the shore goes on in Sea Bright in December.
9 hrs ago | Patch.com
More than 1,000 bottles of booze were seized from 29 New Jersey bars by more than 100 state agents Wednesday at the conclusion of a year-long investigation called "Operation Swill, '' authorities said Thursday.
9 hrs ago | CBS Local
Was that really a Jack and Coke you had in New Jersey? It might not have been, but authorities in the Garden State are working to do something about it.
13 hrs ago | Castanet.net
Sen. Mike Duffy arrives on Parliament Hill for a meeting of the Senate Internal Economy, Budgets and Administration committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
16 hrs ago | WKXW-FM Trenton
That disturbing fact is found in the "Kids Count 2013" report released by Advocates for Children of New Jersey .
20 hrs ago | WKXW-FM Trenton
Beginning August 1st, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission will require drivers with disabilities to get re-certified by a doctor every three years in order to get a handicapped placard and license plates for their car.
20 hrs ago | Patch.com
More than six months after Superstorm Sandy caused unprecedented damage to the Jersey Shore region, the beaches will be open for Memorial Day Weekend and the summer.
The problem with the current system is that, once a handicapped plate or placard is issued, there was no way to check whether it's still medically necessary.
Could a massive, deadly twister touch down in New Jersey someday? Not likely, but it's not out of the question.
The Railroad CafA© located at 170 Union Ave. in East Rutherford was one of 29 establishments targeted in an ABC sting.
As motorists take to the roads this Memorial Day holiday, the state Division of Highway Traffic Safety is urging everyone to buckle up.
ART, INNOVATION, IDEAS: Faith Ringgold will be one of four artists and teachers judging submissions from local students to The College of New Jersey's exhibition, "Art, Innovation and Ideas," opening Sunday June 2. Students from high schools in Princeton and Lawrenceville will be featured in the TCNJ art gallery.
A goat believed to have escaped en route to a slaughterhouse snarled the morning commute along one of the busiest roadways in northern New Jersey Tuesday, leading police on a nearly two-hour chase.
The boardwalks are back, and so are most of the beaches, even if some are a little thinner this year.
Four falcon chicks that live on the George Washington Bridge connecting Manhattan to New Jersey have gotten identifying bands around their legs.