Republicans are vying to control NJ’s Legislature for the first time in over 2 decades
New Jersey wraps up voting Tuesday for a new Legislature, with all 120 seats on the ballot, as Republicans fight for controlling either chamber for the first time in more than two decades.
Orsted wants out of $300M forfeiture for scrapped NJ offshore wind farms
Offshore wind power company Orsted is trying to get out of a $300 million guarantee it agreed to pay New Jersey in the event it failed to build its first wind farm off the state's coast.
NHL is trying to follow Taylor Swift’s lead by selling out MetLife Stadium multiple times
Months after Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen and Beyoncé played to sellout crowds at MetLife Stadium, the NHL aims to do the same with back-to-back outdoor games this winter.
At least 16 dead in Maine mass killing, police hunt for the shooter
A police bulletin identified Robert Card, 40, as a person of interest in the attack that sent panicked bowlers scrambling behind pins when shots rang out around 7 p.m. at a bowling alley in Lewiston, Maine.
Born after Sandy’s destruction, 2 big NJ flood control projects get underway
Two of the largest flood control projects designed to protect the densely populated cities of New Jersey that lie just outside NYC are underway.
Sen. Menendez enters not guilty plea to a new conspiracy charge
U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez returned to Manhattan federal court Monday to challenge a new criminal charge alleging that he conspired to act as an agent of the Egyptian government when he chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
2nd man charged with murder in NJ birthday party gunfire that killed 3, injured 11
A second man is facing murder charges in connection with gunfire at a New Jersey birthday party that claimed three lives and injured 11 others in 2021.
Jim Jordan knocked out: Republican from NJ switches vote to oppose him
Republicans dropped Rep. Jim Jordan on Friday as their nominee for House speaker
Sports, internet bets near-record levels in NJ, but 5 of 9 casinos trail pre-pandemic levels
Sports betting and internet gambling were at near-record levels in New Jersey in September, and nearly half of the Atlantic City casinos won more money from in-person gamblers than they did in September 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rite Aid seeks Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it deals with lawsuits and losses
Rite Aid has filed for bankruptcy protection and plans to sell part of its business as it attempts to restructure while dealing with losses and opioid-related lawsuits.