Some question fees incurred from pension fund, but the Council touts high rates of return.
Who are the real lottery winners? One year later. Sandy stories: who steps in when the government steps out? Who benefits from BYOB? Liquor license legalities. And repaving the Palisades? Really? ...
Unions lost their appeal to block a contract with Northstar Lottery Group to manage daily operations of NJ's lottery.
Senate Democratic leaders say they want to fully fund the state's pension system.
Labor union arrests at a Secaucus Walmart this Black Friday. Drugs and their economic impact in New Jersey and in Atlantic City. An old garage has replaced parking with painting.
A group of protesters gathered by the Walmart in Secaucus on Black Friday.
The president's call for military action in Syria is being considered by New Jersey's congressional leaders. The gubernatorial candidates share the spotlight at a Labor Day parade. A museum director ...
American Labor Museum Executive Director Angelica Santomauro explains how and why Labor Day became a national holiday in 1894.
The Obama administration talks attacking Syria and we have reaction from Sen. Chiesa. Plus, the governor sees some protesters down the shore. And Democrats get to work on Labor Day.
Democratic elected officials gathered in Collingswood and outlined their reasons why New Jerseyans should elect Barbara Buono for governor and Cory Booker for U.S. senator.
Buoyed by fresh polls that show his potential for a landslide on track, the governor was back on shore duty, highlighting recovery work done at two schools in Monmouth County.
Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-20) is sponsoring a bill to declare violence a public health crisis as a holistic approach to targeting the problem of guns and mental health.