Gov. Phil Murphy put off a much-anticipated meeting with legislative leaders in favor of a sit down with preschoolers where he announced the release of a second round of funding for full-day ...
New FDA rules would bring the e-cigarette industry under the same intense regulatory oversight as tobacco products.
They're meeting to head off the first municipal default since the Great Depression. Might solutions to save Atlantic City again be drowned in legislative drama? Civic action by Ringwood residents. ...
The American Heart Association Go Red for Women movement encourages people to wear red for women's heart health.
Ahead of Tuesday's key primary for Christie, that old bridge gate scandal hits the headlines. In pre-trial arguments, former Christie staffers score a victory in court over potentially incriminating ...
The Center for Vocational Rehabilitation in Eatontown trains individuals with disabilities to perform jobs in their communities.
It's deadline day for Gov. Christie to sign into law -- or let languish -- 158 bills representing the work of an entire legislative session. We'll tell you what made it through and what was left on ...
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening May 1 through May 7.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says most of New Jersey got between six and eight inches of snow. The state will see very low temperatures Friday, but they will increase for next week.
How the new immigration rules work. Casinos across the state border. Bad for the environment? How environment friendly is the Fenimore Landfill now? And this principal turns around lives.
Festo opened a learning lab in Eatontown that offers high-tech job training.
Add another casino to the list. Trump Taj Mahal's bankrupt. A sports betting loophole makes it legal but limited. School buses selling ad space. And Fort Monmouth morphs toward a non-military future.
Fort Monmouth officially closed in 2011, but now construction on new buildings has started to revitalize the property.
At a press conference, Gov. Christie urged NJ American Water customers to cease outdoor water use.
An agreement between the U.S. military and the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority has paved the way for the first phase of redevelopment of Fort Monmouth.