Gov. Phil Murphy, through an executive order, called for immediate action saying a monitor is needed at Newark's University Hospital.
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New Jersey has had its share of politically active first ladies who have shone a spotlight on important issues, but First Lady Tammy Murphy may be making her mark as much behind the scenes as at the ...
Paul Aronsohn was recently appointed to a newly created role: state ombudsman for individuals with intellectual and development disabilities and their families. Aronsohn sat down with Correspondent ...
New Jersey’s three sports betting venues took in more than $16 million in legalized bets since it began a few weeks ago.
New Jersey Reentry Corporation announces program to help underserved communities and formerly incarcerated obtain gainful employment.
The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers is narrowing down design plans to protect the shoreline from future coastal storm devastation, and almost all include massive sea gates, storm barriers or land-based ...
A new bill would establish a commission to foster participation for the next decennial Census in 2020.
Forty-nine employers have tables at the career day, with everything from tech, retail and life sciences represented.
No matter where you are in New Jersey, there are a number of parks that showcase the state's natural beauty.
With only a few hours remaining before a government shutdown took effect, legislators announced a compromise in budget negotiations.
New Jersey is in the midst of a full-blown budget crisis as legislative leaders have been locked in a struggle over a budget bill.
The new federal law would require school bus driver infractions to be logged within 24 hours in a database monitored by the federal Department of Transportation.
A nonprofit unveiled its newest affordable housing units in Morristown to keep up with rising demand.
The bill would allow someone who's already collecting a pension and is then elected to public office to boost their pension based on the new job's salary.
In a recent active shooter drill conducted at the NJCU School of Business, safety instructors urged participants to be proactive in emergency scenarios.