Broken promises or playing politics? We have the latest on the governor’s race. Plus, the man who may be Newark's next mayor. And those lingering questions about who is responsible for the Seaside ...
Democratic Strategist Steve Ayscue and Republican Strategist Jeanette Hoffman discuss the week in politics with NJ Today Managing Editor Mike Schneider.
Counting down to the Senate primary. We have that story. And highlights from last night’s debate. Plus, Barbara Buono finally shows us the money. And a call to crackdown on dangerous buses.
Bayonne residents who make purchases at local participating businesses with a card will get a credit on their tax bill. Renters will get a rebate check.
The governor celebrates a Supreme Court ruling and has a warning for dune resisters. The Lautenberg family comes out for Pallone. Booker comes out with a new plan. And warnings about dangers on the ...
NJ Workers' Voices Chair Alicia D'Alessandro says Gov. Chris Christie has been pushing an agenda that would hurt working families and hasn't lowered property taxes for residents.
Gov. Chris Christie has proposed a 10 percent credit for property taxes up to $10,000 for those making $400,000 or less.
Gov. Chris Christie made two stops in Lakewood -- one at a 55 and older community and the other at a yeshiva for elementary school boys.
Christie Tells Town Hall Crowd in Montville He’s Not Bothered By Lack of Invite to Conservative Conference
Gov. Chris Christie held a town hall meeting in Montville where he went over the highlights of his budget and addressed what some are calling a snub by the Conservative Political Action Conference.
East Windsor Township Mayor and NJ League of Municipalities President Janice Mironov says high property taxes need to be put in check to help the state's economy recover.
Growing up in a lower, middle class family, Sen. Barbara Buono, Democratic gubernatorial candidate, said she understands well the struggles of middle class and working poor families.
This past year saw some significant bills signed into law and a fair share of vetoes.
League of Municipalities Director Says Cost of Hurricane Sandy ‘Insurmountable,’ All Revenue Sources in Play
New Jersey State League of Municipalities Executive Director Bill Dressel says the financial toll on the state from Hurricane Sandy is huge and admits property taxes could increase as a result.
Governor Christie defends his keynote.
Hurt by refunds and credits to taxpayers, the tax base in Monroe Township is expected to increase.