The Democratic Party met in Atlantic City for two days to rally and strategize for the midterm elections.
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Sweeney freely admits he’s still irked by State Democratic Party Chairman John Currie’s taking the governor’s side against the Legislature during bitter budget battles this spring.
Hudson County launched a new pilot program that will use 25 rental vouchers from the state, combined with intense support services donated by two local hospitals, to find permanent housing for people ...
NJ's agritourism industry, with its vineyards, breweries, commercial fishing and you-pick farms, among many other things, contributes billions of dollars and thousands of jobs to the state's economy.
Murphy was in Carteret to announce $20.6 million in state to expand pre-K classes to 31 eligible districts. He then turned to questions about marijuana legalization and taxation.
Legislative leaders expressed exasperation at a Joint Education Committee meeting as they asked Gov. Phil Murphy’s education commissioner, Lamont Repollet, to slow down on implementing the phase out ...
You can kill the lights and watch the thermostat, but the committee drafting New Jersey’s new energy master plan wants big ideas about cutting energy consumption and saving money.
New Jersey’s overall youth suicide rate is about half the national average, but it shows a disturbing trend. While rates for older youths aged 19 to 24 declined from 2012 to 2015, the rate rose for ...
Experts said the century-year-old tubes need to be replaced by the $12.7 billion Gateway project and blamed toxic politics as the major obstacle.
Officials and family members stood by the twisted steel girders salvaged from ground zero and read the names of residents who died during the terrorist attacks 17 years ago.
Gov. Murphy announced that due to legislation he signed to stabilize the state's insurance market, health insurance rates will actually decrease an average of 9.3 percent next year.
Mariee Juarez died at the hospital in New Jersey after being released with her mother from an ICE detention center in Texas in March.
New data from the CDC indicates an unprecedented surge in STD infection rates nationwide, but why is there an increase in infection rates when people are reporting having less sex?
Gov. Murphy recently signed a law requiring all new school buses to have three-point safety belts installed, but representatives from the Motor Vehicle Commission say it may take eight or nine years ...
Gov. Murphy called the long-deferred American Dream project "a dream that is finally coming to fruition."