The controversial PennEast Pipeline would cut through Hunterdon Mercer Counties.
The governor's "No Pain, No Gain" tour hits the beach. Forcing the disabled into state-run group homes? The anniversary of the email that messed up the bridge. And the intrinsic beauty of bacon.
New Jersey Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says the fracking bill that Gov. Christie vetoed is not a political issue, but is about clean water.
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.
Dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University James Hughes says that New Jersey's growth has been slow compared to other states nationwide.
Lawmakers passed a bill that would ban fracking in the state but Gov. Christie vetoed the bill.
The big names behind the scenes as Newark gets ready to elect a new mayor. The sickness that sent hundreds of high schools students home today. And if you like snow, head south -- way south.
Congressman Rush Holt is calling for the Delaware River Basin Committee to ban fracking.
Republican Fernando Alonso is campaigning against Democratic incumbent Sen. Bob Gordon.
The final week of the governor’s race. The big battle over raising the minimum wage. And the Obama administration apologies for Obamacare.
The latest on the government shutdown. Strong words in the U.S. Senate debate. Milly Silva takes on Gov. Christie. And the date has been set for internet gambling.
PSE&G President and COO Ralph LaRossa says the improvement project the utility is proposing for $3.9 billion would help across the board. If less money is available, officials would have to make cuts.
Paying tribute to a native-son. New Jersey leaders remember actor James Gandolfini. Plus, the new deal they have on a state budget. The new numbers on the unemployment rate. And the Supreme Court ...
New Jersey Sierra Club Chapter Director Jeff Tittel is supporting Barbara Buono for governor because of her stance on the environment.
The bill passed the legislature with bipartisan support (Assembly 56-19 and Senate 30-5), but the governor vetoed it in September, so an override vote of 27 votes is needed to protect New Jersey ...