Millions of dollars for homeless hurricane victims. A shakeup for Assembly Democrats. A battle over the minimum wage. And a power grid for the future.
Forty-one members of the Democratic caucus have said if they maintain the majority in the Assembly, they plan to elect Vincent Prieto as speaker instead of Sheila Oliver, who currently holds the ...
A new way to keep the trains running during a disaster. And old way to rock the vote. The Senate candidates make national headlines. And a snowy Super Bowl.
NJ Transit officials have announced the construction of NJ TransitGrid, a micro-grid that would allow the transit system to operate independently of the main grid in case of an emergency like ...
What did he say today? The latest on Gov. Christie’s feud with Sen. Rand Paul. Plus, a live interview with Sen. Barbara Buono. And the last night at a legendary Jersey club.
Gov. Chris Christie didn't take questions from the press about his war of words with Sen. Rand Paul. He got an endorsement from lifelong Democratic Mayor Michael Gonnelli of Secaucus.
The synagogue began filling up an hour early. Two busloads of dignitaries dropped off 41 U.S. senators from around the country.
NJ Sports and Exhibition Authority President and CEO Wayne Hasenbalg says his office is working to maximize the economic benefits of the 2014 Super Bowl for the state and is willing to work with ...
Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli says his municipality and four others have decided not to provide emergency services at MetLife Stadium for the Super Bowl next year because they were not involved in ...
New moves to manage hurricane recovery efforts while the damage estimate keeps climbing.
After Hurricane Sandy devastated portions of the state, residents are facing difficulty traveling without many transportation options.
As ugly as it’s been, officials say, you actually ain’t seen nothing yet. NJ Today's David Cruz reports.
Goya Foods President Robert Unanue says the company considered moving to Pennsylvania or New York, but settled for New Jersey after getting an $82 million tax credit.
Panasonic North America Chairman and CEO Joe Taylor says a tax incentive made the decision to keep the headquarters in the Garden State easier.
On the road to trouble as North Jersey braces for a traffic nightmare.