Check out the top news that made headlines this week across the Patch network in New Jersey:
Over New Jersey, such a close conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn hasn't occurred since 1623. The Ursid meteor shower peak coincides with the winter solstice.>>>Read more here.
An 8-year-old girl and her toddler brother fell into a frozen pond while sledding, and these New Jersey teens formed a chain to save them.
As for the COVID-18 vaccine, Gov. Murphy says NJ didn't get what it expected. Here's what's going to happen as the US government apologizes.
UPDATE: More than 12 inches of snow from the NJ nor'easter fell on Wednesday and Thursday. Check for the final snow totals in your town.
He started shopping for people who couldn't leave home. Since then, he and family have made more than 1,000 grocery trips.
The suit said Gov. Phil Murphy's ban on public gatherings and a stay-at-home order violated religious protections under the US Constitution.
In what's been a long time coming, New Jersey lawmakers took a big step in the process of legalizing marijuana. Here's what is next.
Gov. Phil Murphy addressed COVID-restrictions imposed by New York and Pennsylvania, which have shut down indoor dining. Will New Jersey follow?
Authorities said there is no evidence of foul play in the death of Jennifer Jack of Lavallette, who was found on the beach in Ocean Beach.