The first-ever U.S. Rail Safety Week aims to educate pedestrians and motorists about the danger of crossing train tracks without obeying the signs and signals.
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New Jersey becomes the twenty-fourth state to adopt a fiduciary law concerning digital assets.
Murphy’s campaign is pledging to sign each of the gun measures that Gov. Christie vetoed during his tenure.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate campaigned in New Milford with other Republican members of the state Legislature.
The county hopes that consolidating all of the necessary resources under one roof will help end homelessness in the county once and for all.
The BPU is looking to reduce the state's energy consumption and lessen the effects of climate change.
The Salvation Army is collecting supplies to send for hurricane relief efforts around the country.
Stakes remain high for those affected by Obama-era immigration legislation.
The report recommends standardizing data collection and providing funding for remediation.
While the reasons vary, legislators are seeking solutions to combine school programs to save football seasons.
While many towns fight affordable housing obligations, others are getting creative.
Opposing views on number of units to be built – and where – complicates the path forward for municipalities.
As the state becomes less affordable for low-income residents, towns face the challenge of meeting ever-increasing housing obligations.
Economic inequality forum provides platform for residents’ to voice concerns.
The caucus will create programs that develop skilled workers to fill manufacturing jobs.