Budget negotiations over a millionaire’s tax are growing more heated. The governor says without it he won’t be able to boost funding for programs like preschool.
The fund would be a cornerstone of the state's revamped incentive program.
Today, he signed a bill that re-establishes a tech-oriented commission that was defunded in 2010.
The North Brunswick train station project became less of a priority because of other more pressing needs.
Tourism pumps tens of billions of dollars into the state. What's the secret in Jersey's sauce? The food? The wine? Or the works? The sharing economy's expanded to include short-term apartment rentals. ...
Taking the streets to protest the police, even as police protect them. Training State Police to handle the disturbed and dangerous. Millions of us head for the Turnpike. And finding that tree. A guide ...
New Jersey State Police are working with mental health organizations to improve training.
PSE&G is generating jobs along with electricity. The NTSB's final reading of the Paulsboro derailment. Driving with a common disease can mimic DUI. And attacking rape on campus.
PSE&G plans to spend $8 billion over 10 years to upgrade its systems.
How are guns getting into New Jersey? You'll be surprised. For-profit colleges are closing, taking the cash and leaving students in the lurch. Getting into college without taking the dreaded SAT.
Anthem Institute in Jersey City, a for-profit college, is closing, leaving students with debt and without degrees.
Obama for America will open its New Jersey campaign headquarters in North Brunswick Wednesday evening.