Dean of Rutgers Bloustein School of Public Policy James Hughes says New Jersey needs to reinvent the suburbs to provide the equivalent of urban areas in the suburbs because that's what people want.
It was not a drill. It was not Ebola. But are we prepared for the real thing? Sayreville football under the microscope. Stopping the bullying in Newark. And fishing for dollars.
NJ Citizen Action held events where there's a question on the November ballot regarding paid sick days for employees.
Police and citizens worlds apart. The rough race for Bergen County Executive. Cracking down on driving distracted. Heart attack. It's different for women. And maybe you can Can-Can too.
Jersey City and Newark have the least representative police departments of the populations they serve.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and there are events going on throughout the state that will be benefiting breast cancer research organizations.
Boarding homes under served by inspectors. Replacing Holder. Who will shape the state's biggest legal challenges? A generous gift for a decorated warship. And corny Jeter tribute.
Now that Holder has announced his resignation, NJ officials are talking about what change in leadership may mean.
A wall of security to block terror plots. Smartphone encryption to block even the government. A watchdog quits. Jersey boy Jeter's last blast. And duck decoys. Craft or quackery?
Officials have increased security as a deterrent to terrorists and assurance to residents.
The governor's new protocols to combat terror. The president's fight against violent extremism. Repairing roads when the Trust Fund's broke. What's broke about PATH? Caregivers get help.
The governors met to discuss the bi-state task force they created for greater security.
Riders say the latest PATH service interruption was inconvenient and comes right before a fare increase.
Giving students without access to the world. Helping civil servants live where they work. Saving the NAACP's roots from the wrecking ball. And fall on the farm.
JerseyOn is providing a lifetime of one gigabyte of broadband to low income students.