Lessons from Ferguson? We do the opposite. Raising alarms about rocketing immigrants through deportation hearings. Megan's Law and murder. And Jersey's tech revolution. The glory days of Bell Labs.
Residents are upset that Verizon wants to offer wireless phone service instead of restoring landline service.
Governor Christie shows he's tough on crime. His veto pen to block a Sports Betting Bill. And a ban on trucking fracking waste across the state. Homestead tax rebates are postponed again.
Homestead rebates will be sent next May, forcing homeowners to make difficult choices.
Filling the huge budget gap. What happens if the courts say no to the governor? New mayors elected in Trenton and Bayonne. And inside a secret study. What did Rutgers officials…say about themselves?
AARP New Jersey State President Dave Mollen said he thinks that the Caregiver Bill will pass.
Millions of dollars for homeless hurricane victims. A shakeup for Assembly Democrats. A battle over the minimum wage. And a power grid for the future.
Back in February of 2013, PSE&G put out a proposal for 3.9 billion dollars to finance their Energy Strong Project. The Director of AARP Jim Dieterle said that he thinks that the Board of Public ...
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg is optimistic that a property tax cut will be part of the new budget.
Can the government get it done before they shut it down?
They may be talking tough, and it may be getting late, but lawmakers say they can get a budget deal done before the end of the fiscal year on June 30.