Added Patrols Hitting Atlantic City Expressway to Target Aggressive Drivers
As part of an aggressive driver enforcement campaign, state troopers assigned to the Expressway Station will increase their presence on the roadway by about 50% on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.
Poll: Most NJ Adults Say Housing Costs are a “Serious” Problem
New Jersey didn't need a global pandemic for folks to realize their struggles with the cost of housing.
Newark to Replace Columbus Statue With Tubman Monument in 2022
The selection of artist Nina Cooke John's concept, "Shadow of a Face," was announced on the same day that President Biden signed into law Juneteenth as a federal holiday.
Proposed State Task Force Would Scrutinize Youth Sports in NJ
From abusive coaches and parents to bullying by players to unscrupulous team and league organizers, the panel would have a wide range of focus.
NJ Adds 13,600 Jobs in May – But Still Down 314,000 in Pandemic
At the rate jobs have been added so far in 2021, it would take until the end of 2023 to recover pandemic-era losses. But things might speed up going forward.
North Jersey Cops Find Boy Living Alone After Dad Left U.S. Months Ago
The teen had arrived in New Jersey from Honduras with his father, who left him with a relative two years ago, police said.
Team Effort Leads Holy Spirit H.S. to State Baseball Title
It’s the second title in six years for the Spartans, who beat Rutgers Prep in 2015 during Steve Normane’s first stint as head coach.
St. Augustine’s Baseball Season Comes to an End in State Finals
“We’re just using this as motivation, honestly. We’re going to come back here (in 2022) and win this,” said St. Augustine Prep sophomore pitcher Marco Levari.