Against a deadline of midnight tomorrow, legislators rushed to pass scores of bills that may or may not make it to Gov. Christie's desk. One calls the day "anticlimactic." Months of maneuvering are ...
Verizon says service would be suspended if customers didn't switch to its fiber-optic network.
The Pope calls for action now to save the planet and its people, especially those most vulnerable to the effects of climate change -- the poor. They kill twice as many people as die in traffic ...
The bill would require businesses to participate in state-run 401K type retirement plans.
Pumping your own gas? Not in New Jersey. But now some lawmakers are for it. The gas station trade group and most motorists too. But powerful opponents are aligning against it. A vote to deregulate ...
Members of the Board of Public Utilities voted to deregulate Verizon's landline services over the next five years.
Fixing the pension system. Who will "pay the price"? Fighting the NJ Transit fare hike. Still trying to rebuild. Fighting FEMA red tape. And growing the perfect berry. This is the Garden State after ...
Critics say the agreement would raise rates, but Verizon says competitive choices still remain available.
How is Homeland Security preventing home-grown terror? Port Authority reform. It's not over yet. The right to vote: it's not in the Constitution yet. And baby it's cold outside.
Lawmakers will vote on overriding Christie's veto of a bill with Port Authority reforms.
Soaring taxes in a town that can least afford it. A $50 million boost for Camden High School. Military surplus weapons get a second look. And seniors support retesting senior drivers.
NJ residents in need of long-term care who were once considered ineligible for Medicaid could enroll with a new trust.
A recent survey found 80 percent of seniors favor requiring medical screenings and a driving test for license renewal.
Debating paid sick leave for all. Christie on providing addiction recovery services. Trenton unloads vacant properties cheap. And they're small but mighty. Making a joyous noise.
Assembly Labor Committee heard arguments for and against mandatory paid sick leave.