Supporters of the Clean Water and Flood Reduction Act, as it's officially known, say the bill's nickname of a "rain tax" is misleading.
The New Jersey scallop industry generated more than $123 million in revenue in 2016.
Crew members of the state's official tall ship, the AJ Meerwald, discuss the historic vessel's past.
The course is a way to enhance their knowledge of science and a chance to learn different skills to incorporate into the classroom.
No matter where you are in New Jersey, there are a number of parks that showcase the state's natural beauty.
The state has a rich history, with everything from lighthouses to Historic Allaire Village. Sites like these aim to educate current and future generations to keep history alive.
Gov. Phil Murphy stood before a newly-opened bridge spanning the waves of Barnegat Bay and discussed the bigger waves he made by ditching the 'Ask the Governor' call-in radio show Thursday night.
After seven years of study, Christie said the state is implementing its findings with a $20 million effort to clean up Barnegat Bay.
Back in 1975, New Jersey’s osprey population plummeted to less than 70 breeding pairs. The latest count shows 515 nesting osprey couples, most of them along Barnegat Bay.
Violent, deadly crime in Jersey City. Religious leaders convene to come up with some answers. Technology catches up to a treatment for a neurological disease. See how it works. The best in America. ...
A sigh of relief along the Jersey Shore as Hermine weakened to a post-tropical cyclone and skirted eastward, out to sea.
Post-tropical storm Hermine came at us full of sound and fury and blew itself away just in time to salvage some of the Labor Day celebrations. But not in time to help boost sales for shore businesses ...
Officials take to the skies to look for anything that could effect the water.
How safe is the surf? The answer affects not only the state's vital tourism industry, but the state of our health. How legit are those arcade games on the boardwalk? Do the proprietors leave to chance ...
Old crab pots litter the sea floor. Energy company Covanta is converting that debris into electricity.