John Spielman of Kinnelon found out the hard way that while there’s great compassion for treating drug addiction as a disease, there’s still a bull's-eye on drug dealers in Morris County.
The state’s expected to announce the six new licensees -- two each in South, Central and North Jersey -- Nov. 1.
New numbers from AAA show there were over 4,000 crashes in the state involving deer just in a three-month span.
New Jersey Americans for Prosperity state director Erica Jedynak spoke about AFP's mission, as well as the organization's relationship with President Trump.
Former Denver Broncos player Vance Johnson joined officials from the Morris County Prosecutor's Office to engage the community about the ongoing opioid crisis.
A nonprofit unveiled its newest affordable housing units in Morristown to keep up with rising demand.
If you live in the northern half of the state, not only are you more likely to live longer, but odds are pretty good your quality of life will be better, too.
Jeff Sessions has told federal prosecutors to charge offenders with the most serious provable crime.
A controversial move that could boost state revenues while squeezing out drug dealers. Legalizing pot. Will it pass? A controversial reversal of criminal justice reforms. Does the attorney general's ...
Democratic Senate President Sweeney and Republican Sen. Pennacchio have joined forces.
Some school districts operate on less than half their allotted state aid. It's bringing opponents together around funding reform. After a decade of federal oversight, the state division that protects ...
Parts of Morris County saw more than a foot of snow, leaving some stuck in their vehicles and others forced to extend hotel stays.
The storm veered inland where high snow totals made for heavy lifting in northwestern parts of the state. Delivering to the Northeast not much snow but stinging sleet and icy slush. Putting salt ...
Gov. Christie talked about his anti-opiate agenda at Daytop Village, a drug treatment center in Morris County.
Growing pains of progress that seem to overwhelm the PATH system and its commuters and critics. His ads are all over the place. Hard to miss the governor touting help for those caught up in New ...