Summer Food Service Program provides up to two healthy meals a day to children who qualify.
Standing ovation. The governor gets a strong reaction from a national conservative group. Who’s responsible? Investigators still searching for clues at that devastating gas explosion. And it’s ...
NJ Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher says that a good, cold and hearty winter is fine for the farms because it kills off disease and pests.
The governor unveils his pick for the new state attorney general. Shoppers click their way to bargains on this Cyber Monday. And a new push to tackle HIV/AIDS in urban communities.
Wyckoff's Christmas Tree Farm in White Township won the best tree in New Jersey and was the grand champion in the 2013 nation Christmas tree contest.
Cory Booker makes history. Newark officials struggle to replace him. The governor’s race heads for home. And this year, nothing can stop Halloween.
New Jersey is ranked third nationwide in cranberry production.
A deadly day on Capitol Hill while Congress remains stalled over the government shutdown. Plus, the effort to keep the ban on gay marriage, but overturn the veto on gay conversion therapy.
Offering items like corn mazes, pumpkin picking, hay rides and farm animals are ways New Jersey farmers take advantage of agritourism to bring in customers.
And so, we have a new state budget. We’ll take a close look at the numbers. Plus, can the candidate’s daughter boost the Buono campaign? And attention hurricane victims -- the state has thousands ...
NJ Secretary of Agriculture Says Poor Weather Conditions Have Effect, But Produce Will Still Come to the Marketplace
New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher says it's too soon to tell what the economic impact will be from the cold and rainy weather that started this crop season. He says farmers will still ...
Declarations of victory from both sides after the second debate between President Obama and Governor Romney.
New Jersey has now reached a milestone in preserving 200,000 acres of farmland.
Vineyards benefited from dry, hot weather this year, producing ideal growing conditions for NJ’s grapes.
The number of farms in Bergen County has declined in the last decade, but some are finding ways to stay open.