Mayor-Elect Steven Fulop wants to make changes to Jersey City's police department and economic incentives to help improve it.
The governor announces a $300 million home buyout program that will give homeowners impacted by Sandy or chronic flooding the option to sell. New Jersey's unemployment rate dips while state tax ...
Those working in the construction industry have seen an uptick in work, marking a resurgence since the 2008 recession.
A downtown Jersey City councilman unseats the incumbent in the mayoral election. Rutgers University chooses a new athletic director. The Human Services commissioner tells us how a new suicide ...
Mayor-elect Steve Fulop got just over 52 percent of the vote, a resounding victory in a race that - until it was finally decided - was seen as too close to call.
It's hello Harry, goodbye roller coaster as history is made during a royal visit down the shore. Plus, angry words until the very end of the Jersey City mayor's race.
Both incumbent Jerramiah Healy and challenger Steve Fulop spent tens of thousands of dollars trying to encourage voters to cast their ballots.
The Democratic candidate for governor trying to line up Democratic votes. Plus, the governor vetoes the early voting bill. And the class of 2013 goes looking for jobs.
Incumbent Jerramiah Healy and challenger Steve Fulop are both courting Latino voters, expected to be a major factor in Jersey City's mayoral race.
Disagreements within the party may make reform difficult.
The average price of a gallon of gas in New Jersey is $3.26, down almost 50 cents from a year ago. Analysts expect the downward trend to continue.
There was a larger police presence at transit hubs in the state Tuesday, a day after two explosions killed three people and wounded more than 175 at the Boston Marathon.
The topic of a state takeover of public schools is a controversial one. The state's track record in Paterson, Newark and Jersey City have provoked criticism against the move. Many of the schools in ...
The Paterson and Newark advisory school boards held a public session to update the communities about the status of state control over the school districts.
At an event in Jersey City, Gov. Chris Christie said he doesn't believe the automatic budget cuts caused by sequestration won't have much of an effect on New Jersey.