Gov. Christie announces his run for president at Livingston High School.
Against a deadline of midnight tomorrow, legislators rushed to pass scores of bills that may or may not make it to Gov. Christie's desk. One calls the day "anticlimactic." Months of maneuvering are ...
Christie will be at Livingston High School Tuesday where he's expected to announce his bid for the GOP nomination.
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.
Honeywell and NASA have teamed up to create the program "Forces in Motion," which teaches middle school students about science using hip hop.
Mindy Scheier of Livingston created Runway of Dreams to make clothing that is easier for those with physical disabilities to wear more readily available and more mainstream.
The Ferguson fallout. No Army contract, no work. Narcan. Price hike or price gouging? The antidote for stroke: video games. And that nor'easter. It's coming.
Several school districts have canceled midterms and final exams to give students more time to prepare for the new state standardized PARCC test.
Should local police amass military war machines to maintain the peace? Janet's Law forces schools to have Automatic External Defibrillators, AEDs. Do they? Three school principals fired in Newark ...
Doctors advise limiting UV exposure and using sunscreen to help prevent melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
The final week of the governor’s race. The big battle over raising the minimum wage. And the Obama administration apologies for Obamacare.
Gov. Chris Christie traveled the state in his campaign bus with the slogan "Strong Leadership Now."
The best-selling author is a prolific writer for whom the Garden State provides endless inspiration.
Former U.S. attorney for New Jersey Herbert Stern wrote a book chronicling his time in office prosecuting corrupt politicians and officials.