The daylong event, dubbed NJ Connects, was convened to link business owners up with the government agencies that make purchases and award contracts for the state and other public agencies.
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Experts estimate it will take $8 billion over the next decade to bring water systems in the state up to snuff.
Republican state Sen. Anthony Bucco has died at the age of 81.
The people who decide much of what gets built in New Jersey have gathered in Atlantic City this week for the 23rd Annual Governor’s Conference on Housing and Economic Development.
The group, called the Electronic Smoking Device Task Force, is to report back to the governor and the state Legislature within 21 days.
On Wednesday morning, hundreds gathered at the Eagle Rock Reservation to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks and recite the names of the dead.
Murphy on Tuesday doubled down on his gun safety initiatives, signing an executive order that harnesses the power of the state pocketbook
The governor was in Paramus to celebrate 100% of New Jersey public schools offering arts programs.
A preview of November's State Assembly elections and the districts where party leaders will focus their efforts on flipping seats.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron sat down with Paterson Public Schools Superintendent Eileen Shafer to discuss the school district's recent budget crisis.
A who’s who of New Jersey Democrats gathered at the Secaucus Junction railroad station Wednesday to press the federal government for a replacement of the Portal Bridge.
Many view the 1967 riots, alternatively called a rebellion, in Newark as the city’s low point, prompting whites to flee in droves for the neighboring suburbs. But the phenomenon called white flight ...
Democrats in the state Assembly on Tuesday approved a bill making it easier to vote by mail, following the lead of the Senate which passed the same measure during a similarly rare summer session ...
Gov. Phil Murphy has been a loud critic of New Jersey’s tax incentives for corporations, and on Friday he sent those programs a stern message.
Gov. Phil Murphy came to Montclair State University on Thursday to stump for two initiatives that hew closely to key items on his agenda.