Lawmakers insist middle class households are bearing the brunt and say they'll use GOP legislators' desire to clean up the bill as leverage to pass this restoration.
Taxes are a tough topic to talk about. The common complaint in New Jersey is that our taxes are too high, and there is some validity to that.
Last year Bergen County received over a thousand referrals of alleged elder abuse, according to a county official.
Even though Murphy signed a law authorizing the workaround, the state warned it “makes no representations with respect to how the IRS will treat property tax creditable contributions to a charitable ...
An audience of police, prosecutors and advocates learned how the FBI enforces the federal color of law statute.
The last-minute logistical nightmare arose after former Sheriff Michael Saudino resigned Sept. 28 over racist remarks — triggering a special election.
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and the Bergen County Medical Examiner's Office announced an innovative partnership to address problems of the beleaguered institution.
Calls for Saudino to step down piled up after he was heard on tape making racist remarks against African-Americans and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, a Sikh.
Bergen County shows off its new mobile driving simulator to train personnel how to operate vehicles.
A gas-fired power plant in the Meadowlands received initial approval this week from the state Department of Environmental Protection, stirring outrage from environmental groups.
Memorial Sloan Kettering partnered with Hackensack Meridian Health to open a state-of-the-art facility for cancer treatment in Montvale.
With the fourth nor’easter in a month looming, utility companies are under pressure to perform well after getting lambasted for letting power outages last for days after prior storms.
Murphy announced New Jersey will join a 22-state coalition in a federal lawsuit to reverse the FCC's net neutrality policy.
New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus is now a participating provider in the Veterans Choice Program, and will serve not only the 35,000 vets in Bergen County, but any New Jersey veterans who get a ...
Despite hiring programs, veterans still often find themselves struggling to find work once they leave the military.