Whether you’re trolling him or supporting him, the Newark mayor made sure to come prepared with video testimonies and receipts to back up how he says he’s moving the city forward.
The mayor says the city’s water and sewer department has been doing a fine job and it doesn’t need the Natural Resources Defense Council to tell it what to do.
Gov. Christie may officially be mulling his next move. But all signs say he's about to jump into the presidential race. We'll compile his statements that point to "yes." A Princeton professor suggests ...
Former DEP Drought Manager Dennis Hart says that water infrastructure around New Jersey is old and that it's important to improve it. He says it can help improve the state's economy.
What's the plan for our water supply? Clear-cutting forests to go green? Airborne lead in Sandy's wake showing up in residents' blood. Under one roof -- a coordinated effort to help the homeless.
A Senate committee chose Earth Day to discuss New Jersey's water supply plan.
The day after the primary and the winners take aim at November. The price of progress. The true cost of taking disaster buyouts. And a look at those paying tribute today to Lewis Katz.
Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. said New Jersey is losing 25 percent of its water resources every day because of the water infrastructures.
Trouble for troopers who were part of the Parkway joy ride.