NJ has a plan to chop down 2.4 million trees — to save the Pinelands?
Up to 2.4 million trees would be cut down as part of a project to prevent major wildfires in a federally protected New Jersey forest.
Atlantic City, NJ Casino Dealers Reject Designated Smoking Area Proposal
Atlantic City, NJ casino workers opposed to indoor smoking rejected a proposal being floated by state legislators to create designated outdoor smoking areas.
Black Family Sues Sesame Place for $25 million, Alleging Discrimination
A Baltimore family is suing a Sesame Street-themed amusement park in Langhorne, PA for $25 million in federal court over claims of racial discrimination.
NJ man admits profiting $2.7M off unregistered pesticide to fight COVID-19
A Burlington County man has admitted to illegally selling unregistered pesticides as a COVID-19 defense to government and municipal entities.
Philadelphia mass shooting leaves 3 dead, 11 wounded in downtown entertainment district
Authorities say gunfire killed three people and wounded at least 11 others in one of downtown Philadelphia's most popular entertainment districts late Saturday night.
21 killed in Texas school shooting, gunman dead; NJ lawmakers react
An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing 19 children and two teachers.
Charles E. Entenmann, NY bakery mogul, dies at 92
In addition to helping expand his family's bakery products into a national brand, Entemann also had a had in innovative technology later in life.
American Airlines flight cancelations continue after weekend
American Airlines canceled hundreds of flights Sunday for a third straight day as it struggled with staffing shortages and upended weekend plans for tens of thousands of travelers.
Hard Rock looks beyond AC to add casinos in Meadowlands, NYC
Hard Rock would need permission from New Jersey voters to build in the Meadowlands — a plan in 2016 that would have authorized casinos outside Atlantic City was soundly rejected.
Colin Powell has died of COVID-19 complications, family says
Colin Powell was the first African American to serve as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and secretary of state.
Cuomo resigns as NY governor in wake of sex harassment scandal
Gov. Andrew Cuomo resigned over a barrage of sexual harassment allegations Tuesday in a fall from grace a year after he was widely hailed nationally for his detailed daily briefings and leadership during the darkest days of COVID-19.
NJ SUV driver hits 3 PA firefighters on I-76; 1 dead, police say
Jacquelyn Walker has been charged with vehicular homicide after a deadly crash early Saturday, according to authorities.