No more reveille for Revel. The casino's closing for good. Also, a shocking shortage of teachers. A congressional seat empty. A jail way too full. And sneeze. It's a ragweed alert.
Since Congressman Andrews resigned in February, the first congressional district remains without a representative.
Did a Christie family friend tour the bridge gridlock with the official who ordered it? A powerful Democrat runs for Congress with some big name supporters. And a prescription for trouble -- low salt ...
Donald Norcross announces his candidacy for congress in the first congressional district.
Gov. Christie deals with the second round of Sandy aid while dogged by Bridgegate issues. A child sex trafficking ring is busted. And an embattled congressman bids adios.
Rob Andrews says he will be departing from the House of Representatives Feb. 18 after serving for nearly 24 years.
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.
Officials mark the first day Camden County Metro Division begins patrolling the city streets.
NJ Association of School Administrators Director on School Safety, Teacher Evaluations, Takeover of Camden Schools
Richard Bozza, Executive Director of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA), discusses the issues confronting New Jersey education ,
The topic of a state takeover of public schools is a controversial one. The state's track record in Paterson, Newark and Jersey City have provoked criticism against the move. Many of the schools in ...
Sen. Donald Norcross, a leading sponsor of the plan, says the higher education reorganization will boost the South Jersey Economy and Rutgers' ranking nationwide.
After days of uncertainty and constant amendments, both houses of the legislature appear ready to pass a bill tonight barring a last-minute hangup.
The four-story 103,050 square-foot Cooper Cancer Institute will be located just steps from Cooper University Hospital on the Health Sciences Campus.
How does the attorney general justify a billion dollar budget?