Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora says the city has made improving water quality a top priority since he took office in July.
Tucked within picturesque Hunterdon County, the historic Prallsville Mills still stands.
The funds are the first dedicated federal dollars for projects to improve water quality and wildlife habitat in the Delaware River Basin.
Members from a four-state coalition of environmental NGOs convened in Trenton to celebrate a big win for the Delaware River.
A lawsuit over the way money's been earmarked to renovate the aging State House. Is it too little, too late? Renovating the Trenton riverbank. Can affording access to green space help rejuvenate the ...
The state Department of Transportation will put up $15 million for the bridge and the state Department of Environmental Protection will use more than $3 million to develop a four and a half acre ...
A new health initiative for thousands of New Jersey troops who served in war and suffered the consequences of post traumatic stress, but could the fear of being stigmatized for seeking help be fatal? ...
Today’s Garden State Express features stories from Palisades Park, Hopewell Township and Closter.
With sights on a gun bill lawmakers will try for the 53rd time to override a Christie veto. This time over a law aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of people with a history of mental illness. With ...
The Mercer Generating Station kills more than 70 million different fish and fish larvae each year.
The federal agency tracked the health of first responders and recommends new safety procedures for train derailments.
We'll warn you of what's lurking beneath the waves. Mapping the seabed with seismic blasts is making waves in court. And New Jersey's shiny office complexes stand abandoned. Why?
Historian Arthur Lefkowitz says that George Washington took several gambles during the American Revolution, including during the 10-day crisis in New Jersey.
Closing in on a budget. But can lawmakers avoid the governor's veto? A losing hand. New Jersey suffers a new sports betting loss. And happy birthday to us, the good old Garden State.
Residents gathered to celebrate New Jersey's 350th birthday, which is June 24.