This special takes you through the past year at NJTV, from the birth of the network and its news program NJ Today in July 2011 to today’s multi-platform presence.
After waking up to an FBI raid, mayor Tony Mack told reporters "we have not violated the public's trust in any way."
Some Newarkers are asking why the mayor is participating in so much traveling away from his hometown.
NJ League of Municipalities Executive Director William Dressel says towns will be able to plead their case to the Council on Affordable Housing to keep money earmarked for affordable housing.
Newark City Councilman Darrin Sharif says that while he doesn’t have a problem with Cory Booker’s out-of-town appearances, he does take issue with his lack of presence during budget negotiations.
Standardbred Retirement Foundationis is seeking a new Central Jersey home for its horses.
Michael Gonnelli says the practice which began in the 1970s needs to be updated when considering the major changes that have since taken place in all the communities in the Meadowlands district.
Residents must now deal with replacing important documents that were destroyed or made irretrievable.
Jeresey pride will be out in full force when the London Olympics opens on July 27.
Bathing suits and the boardwalk go hand and hand right? Not according to a little-known ordinance in Asbury Park.
Many throughout the state showed their patriotism during July 4 parades.
Happy Independence Day! There will be fireworks displays throughout New Jersey. Use our county listing to find one near you.
At a press conference, Gov. Christie urged NJ American Water customers to cease outdoor water use.
U.S. women’s soccer captain and Manasquan native, Christie Rampone, is preparing to make her final bow at this summer’s Olympic Games in London.
More than 500 Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins locations throughout New Jersey are collecting money for the Check-Out Hunger campaign.