Posts by: Michael Hill
The NJ Department of Environmental Protection and scientists are urging prompt and meaningful action to combat climate change.
One day after thousands of 32BJ janitors and commercial cleaners voted to authorize a strike, marched and rallied for a fair deal, the union and representatives of 500 building managers struck a deal.
With the stroke of a pen, Gov. Phil Murphy restored the right to vote to thousands of New Jerseyans on probation and parole.
Correspondent Michael Hill spoke with Ederle Vaughn, a cleaner at Prudential Center who also serves on the negotiating committee, as workers marched in Newark on Tuesday evening.
The state Senate voted to restore voting rights to 83,000 New Jerseyans on parole and probation.
At Temple Beth-El, an interfaith session of diverse religious leaders and the state’s top law enforcers hoped to find answers following an act of domestic terrorism in Jersey City.
The Lower Drug Costs Now Act would, among other things, allow Medicare to negotiate drug prices directly with Big Pharma manufacturers.
A long-dormant bill that adds NJ to the list of states banning single-use bags for consumers was given new life Thursday.
State Attorney General Gurbir Grewal on Wednesday unveiled a sweeping plan designed to bolster public trust in the state’s criminal justice system.
The Port Authority is putting the brakes on its carpooling discount, as of next month.
Law enforcement responses to the crack and opioid-heroin epidemics are at the center of a new report from USA TODAY.
Another city is dealing with elevated lead levels in the drinking water. Recent testing of 22 homes in Lambertville found three have lead levels that exceed the lead action level.
Experts are warning of a disease on the rise. The CDC estimates roughly 30 million Americans are living with diabetes.
Belleville officials took on domestic terrorism by staging an active shooter drill in the municipal building.
The state Assembly on Monday voted unanimously to ban so-called “gay panic” as a defense in murder cases.