Lobbyists and lawmakers joined new governor Phil Murphy at the inaugural ball.
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Camden restructured its police force in 2013 and has seen a significant drop in crime. But the city's police chief points out it's progress, not success.
K.E.Y.S Academy in the Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District opens its doors for students in recovery from addiction.
Today’s session was also notable for the seats that will change come Tuesday. Several longtime lawmakers were honored for their work, and said their goodbyes.
A controversial bill to subsidize nuclear power plants was swiftly moving through the legislature, but in perhaps his final show of force as Assembly Speaker, Vincent Prieto decided to postpone the ...
Roughly 157,000 low-income households in New Jersey rely on federal rental assistance in order to get by every month.
Heavy-hitter Democrats show support at Hoboken mayor Bhalla's inauguration.
You only need to go outside for a few minutes to know it’s not safe to stay. And forecasters aren’t expecting daytime temperatures to rise above freezing until after New Year’s Day.
A 16-cent increase to the minimum wage goes into effect Jan. 1, and it starts the clock for Gov-Elect Murphy to make good on campaign promises pledging to boost it further.
At a New Brunswick community forum, panelists and residents discuss housing and its effects on health and quality of life.
Phil Murphy taps Passaic County Freeholder Tahesha Way to be the next secretary of state.
With the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period sliced in half, people are scrambling to get insured.
The Federal Communications Commission will vote to repeal net neutrality, an Obama-era internet regulation, on Thursday.
Christie's efforts include increasing funding to expand drug courts, investing $200 million for prevention and recovery efforts with opioid abuse and signing a number of laws.
The board also heard updates on the Bayonne Bridge project, the 2018 budget and upgrades to the PATH system.