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New Jersey has taken back control of its refugee program, reversing a Christie-era policy.
State health officials have confirmed the death of a north Jersey woman was related to vaping.
The states argued the $10,000 limit on the amount of state and local taxes that could be deducted from someone's federal tax liability was “an unconstitutional assault on states’ sovereign ...
The goal of the intervention programs is to reach victims of gun violence at the time of injury, combining counseling and social services to change attitudes and prevent retaliation.
New Jersey is joining 22 other states in suing the Trump administration over a new rule that bar states from setting their own emissions standards for cars.
More admonition for Trenton City council members who used — or defended the use of — an anti-Semitic phrase.
NJ Transit says it's submitted a new financial plan for the Portal North Bridge replacement, one it's hoping the feds approve.
Newark's plan to fast-track the replacement of some 18,000 lead service lines has cleared a major hurdle.
More than half of all students in New Jersey are nonwhite, while only 16% of their teachers are minorities.
A judge claims the borough has "acted in bad faith" and "made a concerted effort to avoid compliance with its obligation."
Some 5,000 commuters will see their regularly scheduled trains restored next Monday.
Swimming, boating, fishing and other recreation has resumed at the reservoir, according to the Monmouth County Parks System, which lifted the warning on Saturday.
The additional testing comes after two out of three filtered water tests came back with elevated lead levels earlier this month.
A harmful algal bloom has been detected at the Manasquan Reservoir in Howell Township.
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver on Tuesday signed legislation that strengthens penalties against employers if they fail to pay workers wages, benefits or overtime.