Political battles over science. The governor says the eyes of American are upon us. And Barbabra Buono says take another look.
James Shea, a former NYPD deputy chief, is the new public safety director for Jersey City. He says he's excited to help implement Mayor Steve Fulop's vision for the city and plans to meet with all the ...
Police investigate the death of a former prosecutor. The attorney general cracking down on human trafficking. The Supreme Court has a ruling for cell phone owners. And the lowdown on our high ...
James Shea will take on the role of running a newly merged police and fire department in Jersey City as public safety director.
Merger time in the Garden State and our university system will never be the same. Plus, hard times for students with loans. The Revel casino looks for good times. And the Devils could be for sale.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop says he hopes to reform public safety and create educational and employment opportunities city-wide.
Back to the beach. President Obama and Gov. Christie hit the boardwalk to check on the Jersey Comeback. And we will take you there. Plus, a look at how merchants did over the holiday weekend. The Tea ...
President Barack Obama visited the Jersey Shore to see the recovery progress after Hurricane Sandy.
A downtown Jersey City councilman unseats the incumbent in the mayoral election. Rutgers University chooses a new athletic director. The Human Services commissioner tells us how a new suicide ...
Mayor-elect Steve Fulop got just over 52 percent of the vote, a resounding victory in a race that - until it was finally decided - was seen as too close to call.
It's hello Harry, goodbye roller coaster as history is made during a royal visit down the shore. Plus, angry words until the very end of the Jersey City mayor's race.
Both incumbent Jerramiah Healy and challenger Steve Fulop spent tens of thousands of dollars trying to encourage voters to cast their ballots.
The Democratic candidate for governor trying to line up Democratic votes. Plus, the governor vetoes the early voting bill. And the class of 2013 goes looking for jobs.
Incumbent Jerramiah Healy and challenger Steve Fulop are both courting Latino voters, expected to be a major factor in Jersey City's mayoral race.
Angry words, but the work is done as the House finally approves $51 billion for victims of Hurricane Sandy.