Republicans sweep. Incumbents too. And Democrats get a wake-up call. New Jersey sends its first African-American woman to Congress. Along with a power broker's brother.
Voters in Montclair and Trenton approved a measure to require businesses to offer employees paid sick leave.
Bail reform on the ballot. Dead voters casting ballots? Rolling back time. Why do we still do Daylight Savings? Seat belt laws. Strict penalties if you don't click it.
Some deceased residents appear on the state voter rolls and are listed as having cast ballots after their death.
Does an alliance with Christie help or hurt a state power broker? Does the governor's retort seem presidential? A small Jersey firm's decontaminates kill the Ebola virus.
DiVincenzo, expected to be reelected, is being discussed as a gubernatorial candidate.
Ebola screenings at Newark Liberty. Expanding capacity at Port Newark. Our top threats: Homeland Security IDs them. Bet on sports betting. Protesting the Pinelands pipeline.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop said he was reversing course on plans for a trash transfer station in Greenville Yards because of community outcry.
Sayreville's sexual assault scandal. It could get worse. Two viruses have Jackson Township scrubbing down. Attracting the gentry to Jersey City. And Kevin Smith at Comic Con.
Jersey City has a new promotional campaign called Make It Yours to attract more residents.
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.