It's been almost a year since a surprise October storm hit New Jersey on October 29, 2011, leaving thousands of New Jerseyans without power. Ralph Izzo, Chairman & CEO of PSEG, sat down with NJ ...
Come election day, New Jersey voters will be asked to approve a $750 million bond issue for infrastructure projects to improve the state’s colleges and universities. Yesterday, Sen. Michael Doherty ...
This year's NJPAC Gala was a red carpet affair that drew former governors, business and community leaders.
Newark's Mayor wins a battle but is he losing the war?
Gov. Christie was in Bergen County to announce a new solar energy initiative, but ended up answering questions about political patronage at the Port Authority and the Turnpike Authority.
Trouble for troopers who were part of the Parkway joy ride.
PSEG Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo discusses the company's decision to stay in Newark, his confidence in the infrastructure, his support of Gov. Christie's veto for a cap and trade program and the ...
It's day four with no power for tens of thousands of South Jersey residents.
Utility employees are working to restore power to thousands of South Jersey homes as residents try to stay cool.
Are highway toll takers getting a little too close for comfort?
Closing arguments in the Rutgers webcam spying trial. Dangerous times for higher education in the Garden State. And a leading Democrat tipping towards running for Governor.