Photo of the day: Seaside Heights picks up the pieces nearly a month after Sandy
Damaged homes, asphalt and other debris are strewn along the shore of Ortley Beach, N.J. on Nov. 24 — nearly a month after Sandy led a rampage through the region. Properties remain off limits to owners and residents.
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Why is counterfeit ketchup exploding in New Jersey?
A group in New Jersey was going to sell counterfeited Heinz ketchup before the operation literally blew up in their faces; a chemist explains why the ketchup exploded.
Six Flags to close the gates on drive-through Wild Safari
The 350-acre park in New Jersey, home to 1,200 exotic animals and more than 75 species, says it will continue to care for the animals.
This expansive park offers a peek at the wilder side of New York and New Jersey — from the plush woodlands, hundreds of animal species and even a nude beach.
Photo of the day: Garden state aflame
Firefighters hose down vegetation on April 11 during a battle with a brush fire that broke out in the Meadowlands near MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Although the investigation is underway to determine if the 100-acre brush fire was the result of arson, extremely dry air and strong winds are known to have contributed to the blaze.
Charging electric cars in New Jersey about to get easier
New Jersey signed a pledge with 9 other states and D.C. to create a network of charging stations so drivers can travel the eastern seaboard.
New Jersey town to limit conjugal visits for backyard chickens
A new measure would limit conjugal visits between roosters and hens in backyard farms to 10 days a year and no more than 5 consecutive nights.