A coalition of trade groups, employers and businesses announce the formation of the state’s first Economic Development and Advisory Council.
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Gov. Phil Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced that they’re taking on the Trump administration over the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions.
As the Northeast experiences a heat wave, experts share some ways to mitigate heat-related illnesses.
The Summer Food Service Program is a federally-funded, state-administered program that serves free healthy meals and snacks to children and teens in low-income areas.
St. Joseph’s Health is partnering with the state to kick off the first Hospital Housing Partnership Program. It's a new take on getting community anchors to invest in affordable and supportive ...
Because of lower reimbursement rates, the home health care industry is having a tough time recruiting nurses to the profession.
Residents worry a new city council ordinance placing restrictions on short-term rentals could eliminate their ability to keep rentals on the market while using host-sites.
While the district scraped together enough money to stave off the majority of 450 possible layoffs, 100 pink slips are still in the hands of teachers and other staff.
In Trenton, the talk was more about what hasn't been happening in the budget negotiations. Sweeney said he'd wait to see what the governor announces at his Sunday afternoon presser before making any ...
The Senate Majority Office says a bill to create a state-based exchange isn’t being held up. In fact, it’s still being worked on to expand the legislation for all Medicaid eligible residents.
New Jersey already bans civilian ownership of gun silencers, but they’re legal in neighboring states like Pennsylvania, and Menendez says they’ve turned into a moneymaker.
PATH leadership is vowing to change overly crowded trains among other problems, announcing a sweeping $1 billion capital plan to increase capacity, reduce delays and improve customer experience.
A package of 10 bills focused on handling harassment complaints and hiring practices in state government sailed through committee.
Anna Landre is now working with lawmakers to create system-wide reforms to ensure no one has to choose between an education and health care.
On the quiet campus at Mercer County Community College, a battle is brewing.