Beltrán already out as Mets manager following sign-stealing scandal
Carlos Beltrán is out as manager of the New York Mets before managing even a single game, the latest fallout from the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal that has rocked Major League Baseball.
NJ lawmakers OK ban on flavored vaping products
Lawmakers say the flavors are meant to hook young people, who are using the products in increasing numbers.
Protesting parents win: Religious exemption for vaccines stays (for now)
But legislators vow to bring it back in the next session.
New Jersey Devils part ways with general manager, Ray Shero
Assistant GM Tom Fitzgerald will handle Shero's duties with the help of Martin Brodeur, the team announced.
NJ woman suing TripAdvisor after being tossed by pregnant camel
Ayala underwent surgery in Morocco and was hospitalized for two days.
121 million robocalls to NJ in December but Trump signs new law
"Talk to anyone and you'll hear just how annoyed people are by these calls," said Congressman Frank Pallone, D-6. "According to YouMail, more than 200 million calls have been made to the 732 area code in my congressional district this year."
Giants fire head coach Pat Schurmur
The four-time Super Bowl champions finished with a 4-12 record, missing the playoffs for the seventh time in eight years.
Wawa being sued after malware gets customers’ credit card numbers
The breach affected 850 locations, including many in New Jersey.
Wawa says customers’ credit card numbers may have been stolen
The Wawa convenience store chain says a data breach may have collected debit and credit card information from thousands of customers.
‘Sesame Street’ veteran performer, Carroll Spinney, dies at 85
The legendary voice of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch retired in 2018, after nearly 5 decades.
Schiano agrees to Rutgers return – AP
The move comes a week after both sides walked away from negotiations and declared the possibility of a reunion dead.
NCAA approves allowing student athletes to cash in on fame
The NCAA Board of Governors took the first step Tuesday toward allowing athletes to cash in on their fame, voting unanimously to clear the way for the amateur athletes to "benefit from the use of their name, image and likeness."