Victim describes Paterson street shooting that left his friend dead

Joseph Tann, became Paterson’s third homicide victim in five days in a shooting that happened just about midnight on Wednesday near the corner of Summer and Pearl streets.

UPS pilots back contract granting 29 percent raise over five years

United Parcel Service Inc.’s pilots approved a new contract giving them a 29 percent raise compounded over five years.

Stocks edge lower in midday trading

Stocks are moving lower on Wall Street as a thin batch of earnings gave investors little to get excited about.

Cedar Grove parents raise additional concerns about relocation of North End students

Cedar Grove parents questioned the Board of Education about occupancy issues and a possible sex offender near the McBride Avenue school being used to house displaced North End Elementary School students.

Westwood Regional adds kindergarten class after bump in enrollment

Kindergarten enrollment in the Westwood Regional School District increased by about 12 percent since last year, which prompted the Board of Education to add an additional classroom and teacher to the roster at Washington Elementary School before the school year begins.

Hillsdale partners with the county for flood relief

Hillsdale officials are getting the ball rolling to receive relief from the county that will help alleviate longstanding flooding issues in the borough.

Trump heads to Mexico before laying out immigration ideas

Donald Trump is making a quick trip to Mexico on Wednesday, meeting with the president of a nation he derided at the start of his White House campaign as a source of rapists and criminals coming to the U.S.

Strong waves could close N.J. beaches this weekend

Dangerous rip currents and powerful waves continue to pummel New Jersey’s beaches, leaving swimmers at risk of being pulled out or knocked down.

N.J. appeals court says N.J. may deny access to public records

A state appeals court ruled Wednesday that government agencies in New Jersey may deny access to public records by saying they can “neither confirm nor deny” their existence.

North Jersey immigrant among those protesting outside Trump Tower

Immigrants blocked the entrance of Trump Tower on Wednesday to highlight that more than 30 years ago immigrants living in the country illegally cleared the site where the skyscraper was built.