Across-the-board budget cuts is forcing the program to work with a skeleton crew.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy damage and the Boston Marathon bombing, officials have had to make changes to the New Jersey Marathon.
The Garden State Film Festival takes over five venues in Asbury Park for four days, offering animated shorts, feature-length films, music videos and PSAs.
Lawmakers and residents take aim at utility companies in New Jersey.
Hurricane Sandy is taking aim at the Garden State.
The final debate and the party line response in New Jersey.
Asbury Park has had 43 shootings this year and many view the city as unsafe, which worries those with businesses in the city as well as city officials.
An Atlantic City homeless shelter puts it foot down.
Officials called for the re-authorization and full funding of the federal Beach Act, which would mandate quicker turnaround for water pollution test results.
A New Jersey Association of Realtors report indicates statewide home sales rose 6 percent in the first quarter of 2012 from the same period last year.
If a proposed gas tax increase goes into effect, New Jersey residents will be paying more.
A president at the center of the university merger.
Bathing suits and the boardwalk go hand and hand right? Not according to a little-known ordinance in Asbury Park.
Tropical Storm Irene became the costliest natural disaster in state history. And it now serves as a lesson for the upcoming season down the shore.
Local officials are hoping to keep momentum alive throughout the summer season.