A movement to require businesses to provide paid sick days has picked up steam.
Who are the real lottery winners? One year later. Sandy stories: who steps in when the government steps out? Who benefits from BYOB? Liquor license legalities. And repaving the Palisades? Really? ...
Several programs are working with residents to help them keep their homes.
Say goodbye to the Showboat. Another Atlantic City casino says it's closing. Airing their differences. You'll hear from key figures in the budget battle. And one county's strategy to reduce ...
East Orange Mayor Lester Taylor III has called for four water commissioners to resign.
Sophie Sabin, an eighth-grader at Philip's Academy Charter School in Newark, is one of 11 youth journalists named PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs All-Stars.
Events celebrating National Read Across America Day are scheduled throughout New Jersey.
Historic changes in the Garden State as same-sex couples get married and the governor drops his legal challenge. Plus, why is President Obama angry about Obamacare?
A group of 15 elected officials gathered in Orange to show their support for gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono.
Gov. Christie witholding an endorsement, Congressman Pallone getting one. And we've got an interview with Mayor Cory Booker. Plus, cracking down on carjackers. And coping with too much rain.
Cities like Newark continue to have a high number of carjackings, despite efforts to reduce them.
It's the final push before election day and the Essex County Democratic Committee is deploying all of its manpower and resources to help get out the vote in the 10th district.