Big Ten changes course, aims for October start to football
Each team, including the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, will have an eight-game schedule and begin play October 24.
Oops! NJ county finds 1,600 uncounted ballots 2 months later
Officials have counted more than 1,600 ballots from New Jersey's July primary that were found last week in a “mislabeled” bin.
Macy’s parade will be just one block long for 2020
The spectacle will be broadcast as usual from 9 a.m. to noon Eastern time on NBC and will include both live and recorded elements, Macy's officials said.
Judge declares PA’s coronavirus restrictions unconstitutional
A judge wrote in his ruling that the Wolf administration’s pandemic policies have been overreaching, arbitrary and violated citizens’ constitutional rights.
NJ Turnpike, Parkway toll hikes start double whammy for drivers
The new average Parkway toll now is $1.41, while the new average Turnpike toll is $4.75, according to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority.
In ceremony with SZA, Murphy makes Juneteenth official NJ holiday
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation that makes Juneteenth a state holiday.
Murphy bans smoking in Atlantic City casinos during pandemic
Smoking inside Atlantic City's casinos won't be allowed after all as restaurants reopened on Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy said.
‘Black Lives Matter’ paint coming to MLK Blvd, not Boardwalk
Organizer Steve Young said the event he organized will still be held at 1 p.m. but he will then participate in the city-sponsored event at 2:30 p.m. in front of the Civil Rights Garden.
Officials: Fatal shooting of UPS hostage-taker was justified
William Owens, 39, of Sicklerville, was shot by members of a Gloucester County SWAT team when he chased one of the women and shot her at least once. authorities said.
NJ liquor stores, wholesalers to pay millions in record-setting penalties
New Jersey's two biggest wine and spirits wholesalers as well as 20 retailers agreed to pay a combined $10.3 million.