New Jersey already bans civilian ownership of gun silencers, but they’re legal in neighboring states like Pennsylvania, and Menendez says they’ve turned into a moneymaker.
Senior Correspondent David Cruz sits down with Doug Steinhardt to discuss his plans to "rebrand, rebuild and reengage" the New Jersey Republican Party.
The Senate passes a medical marijuana expansion bill and sends it back to the Assembly for a final vote. Will the governor sign or conditionally veto it?
The first round of minimum wage increases kicks in July 1. It's a victory for many workers in the state, but the child care industry fears the approaching deadline could force them to close their ...
Around the table sat urban mayors, legislators and gun control activists.
The Mayor of Trenton proclaimed Jan. 23, the comedian's birthday, Ernie Kovacs Day.
More than 400 students from Columbus Elementary School had about 20 minutes to grab as many books as they could as part of Sen. Shirley Turner's annual book fair.
While shore folks eagerly anticipate a trouble-free tourist season, Trenton’s budget season’s already fraught. One sore point is an ad, produced by the dark money group, New Direction New Jersey.
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver said that spats within municipalities can stifle redevelopment and that cooperation is needed.
Workers will get paid on Thursday, but there's still no resolution to the budget stalemate.
Trenton's city council will get three hours on Tuesday to either adopt a budget or punt it to the state.
Curators say the art is a conversation starter, a way to get the community talking about waste, recycling and human behavior.
According to Mayor Reed Gusciora, more than 50 percent of the city's property is tax exempt, including about a third that's state government occupied, leaving Trenton out some $45 million in tax ...
Middletown Mayor Tony Perry says raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour will have a massive impact on towns.
From new taxes to changes in government structure, the outsiders give their unique perspective on what's ailing the state and what's need to get things back on track.