Environmentalists are upset with Six Flags Great Adventure's plan to clear about 18,000 trees on 90 acres of forest land to construct a solar power system.
Christie talks foreign policy in Washington. The teachers union breaks off talks on pension reform. Volunteer troops sweep Trenton clean. And another brand of spring cleaning -- sheep shearing.
Young people learn to shear sheep at Howell Living History Farm in Hopewell Township.
Will that train or bus ride cost you more? Who's adopting electronic cigarettes? Your teens. Flu concerns for dogs and cats. The latest Revel ruling. And some major league hacking at Rutgers.
A new strain of canine flu has been spreading throughout states in the Midwest.
A whistle stop in his home state between handshakes in New Hampshire. Planning for the inevitable. Detecting brain activity in coma patients. And restoring vital habitats in Barnegat Bay.
The American Littoral Society is working to create a new oyster reef in the Barnegat Bay.
Indicted again. The doctor and friend of Sen. Menendez. This time accused of ripping off taxpayers. Disputing suicide in the Sheridan fire deaths. And some who make Big Macs want bigger bucks.
Kathleen DiChiara, who founded the Community FoodBank of New Jersey and serves as its president and CEO, is retiring.
Christie's entitlement reform proposals. His push to push back the retirement age. The imperatives to act on cleaner air. Thirty-four million reasons to act fast on back taxes. And it's Equal Pay Day.
Organ donation recipients and families of donors see the process of organ donation as a gift of life.
Cracking down on Medicare fraud. Placing blame for Turnpike traffic tie-ups. Which Democrat wants to be our next governor? And here come the JETs: junior entrepreneurs in training.
Asbury Park's Junior Entrepreneur Program, or JET, teaches middle school students how to start their own business.
Union Beach preparing for the next big storm surge. Transitioning to community care. The DREAM Act's first year. Help for the science-challenged. And an assassination that solidified a nation.
Rutgers has an education program for families to help transition developmentally disabled to group homes.