For the elderly residents at Maplewood Senior Living, Temi is the perfect blend of high-tech gadget and best friend.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has announced that high schools can have outdoor graduations this summer.
A developer is planning to build a $100 million year-round indoor water park next door to the Showboat in Atlantic City.
In court filings and at a hearing in December, Russo expressed remorse for his comments to the woman and for joking about the exchange with court personnel afterward.
The New Jersey Department of Health has shut down the Atilis Gym in Bellmawr after state officials issued a notice of embargo.
Police in Camden County told the owners of a New Jersey gym that reopened this morning that they were “formally” in violation of the state’s shutdown order before telling them to "have a good day."
New Jersey will allow some construction and retail businesses to resume soon under certain parameters.
"With this ring, you'll be fed" – that's the tagline Sebastian Cina, Jr. and Jaclyn Hockenjos used to launch a food drive and fundraiser, which took place on what was supposed to be their wedding day.
Police are on the scene of a deadly crash on Route 3 westbound near Ridge Road in Rutherford.
According to officials, the woman’s husband, a truck driver, led troopers to the cab of his tractor where his wife was lying in a bunk preparing to give birth.
April was the cruelest month — ever — for Atlantic City casinos, as state earnings figures released Wednesday shattered a record in revenue declines that had been set just a month ago.
New Jersey Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said that hospitals in New Jersey reported 18 cases of a new inflammatory syndrome in children as of Wednesday morning.
A Dallas lawyer decided to shelve her law practice for six weeks. She stopped trying cases and started treating cases of COVID-19.
The head of the state police reported an "inordinate amount" of urine and feces was being left behind in bottles in state parks.
The Supreme Court on Thursday threw out the convictions of two political insiders involved in New Jersey’s “Bridgegate” scandal, saying that “not every corrupt act by state or local officials is a federal crime.”
The New Jersey National Guard will deploy 120 members to long-term care facilities to help in the fight against COVID-19, announced Gov. Phil Murphy Thursday.
Governor Phil Murphy signed the Hunger Free Students’ Bill of Rights Act for to help students who are having trouble paying for school lunches in New Jersey on Monday.
Workers from casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, New Orleans and Mississippi are calling for casinos to pay for testing them for the coronavirus before they return to their jobs.
All schools and universities in New Jersey will remain closed for the remainder of the academic year, Gov. Phil Murphy announced.
Grocery and goods giant Costco will limit the amount of fresh beef, pork and chicken products customers can buy.