NJ businessman agrees to testify against Menendez in corruption case
A New Jersey businessman pleaded guilty Friday to trying to bribe U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez.
NJ comedian and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ actor Richard Lewis dies at 76
Born in Brooklyn, he grew up in Englewood, New Jersey.
Good news for residents near toxic site in Old Bridge, NJ
Twenty-five toxic waste sites in 15 states will be cleaned up, and ongoing work at dozens of others will get a funding boost, as the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday announced a $1 billion infusion to the federal Superfund program.
All the goodies, and new taxes, promised by NJ governor’s $55.9B plan
Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday unveiled a $55.9 billion budget, up about 5% over his previous year's proposal.
Toyota recalls 280,000 vehicles for potentially dangerous software glitch
Toyota is recalling about 280,000 pickup trucks and SUVs in the U.S. to fix a transmission problem that can let the vehicles creep forward while in neutral.
AT&T says its cellphone network restored after a widespread outage hit users across the US
AT&T said Thursday its wireless network was back after an outage knocked out cellphone service for its users across the U.S. for hours.
NJ native Wendy Williams diagnosed with aphasia and dementia
Former talk show host Wendy Williams has been diagnosed with the same form of dementia that actor Bruce Willis has, a statement released Thursday on behalf of her caretakers says.
United Airlines set to resume flights in March to Tel Aviv from Newark, NJ
United Airlines says it plans to resume flights to Israel next month, reviving a route that was suspended in October at the start of the Israel-Hamas war.
South Jersey school district settles sex abuse lawsuit for $6 million
A southern New Jersey school district will pay $6 million to settle a lawsuit brought by two students who claim a teacher sexually assaulted them for years.
New York judge hands down massive fraud verdict against Trump
A New York judge ruled Friday against Donald Trump, imposing a $364 million penalty over what the judge ruled was a yearslong scheme to dupe banks and others with financial statements that inflated the former president’s wealth.