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NJ art teacher did drugs and had sex with student, cops say
Instead of leading by example, authorities say this art teacher was debauching the morals of a student.
NJ disaster declaration: Now what? How to apply for help
President Joe Biden on Sunday declared six counties in New Jersey a major disaster area.
Biden declares NJ flooding a national disaster, will visit victims in Manville
President Joe Biden will visit Manville, N.J., on Tuesday after the declaring the damage from South to North Jersey a major disaster.
Newark airport flooded: Flights delayed, canceled
Ida's remnants caused turmoil even at Newark Liberty International Airport
NJ weather emergency: Drivers stranded, Kearny post office collapse, tornado damage
Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency late Wednesday night after more than 11 inches of rain fell in some parts of the state and more continued to fall until about midnight.
Tornado in NJ destroys houses during severe storm on Wednesday
A tornado that New Jersey 101.5 Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said could safely be described as "massive" touched down in Gloucester County on Wednesday evening, tearing apart several homes in Mullica Hill.
NJ requiring vaccines for all public, private school teachers and state workers
Gov. Phil Murphy announced the mandate on Monday, noting that it was an extension of a policy already applied to healthcare and prison facilities.
NJ star of ‘My 600-lb. Life’ dies after suing TLC show for emotional distress
An Ocean County native whose astonishing weight-loss journey was featured on the TLC reality TV show “My 600-lb. Life” died last week.
NJ again to require masks in all schools in the fall, reports say
Just two months after saying that masks would not be required in schools in the fall, Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday is expected to change course.
Brick, NJ’s ‘aggressive’ swan is saved by luck after officials tried to kill it
A male mute swan named "Alfie" may have been accidentally saved from certain death on Friday when it was discovered near Seawood Harbor trapped in fishing line.
NJ kidnapping homicide suspect was freed from 2018 strangulation charge
Tyler Rios is accused of killing Yasemin Uyar, whose body was found in Tennessee.