The NJSEA approved two bonds for a total $1.5 billion for the American Dream.
Camden is demolishing derelict houses as part of an effort to reduce crime in the city.
Nearly 3,000 Newark youth participated in a jobs program that placed them at summer jobs earning minimum wage.
Two insurance providers have dropped out of New Jersey's Affordable Care Act offerings and a third decided not to join.
A tax court judge ruled Morristown Medical Center had to pay taxes. Now the number of lawsuits in NJ is up to 35.
Hundreds of hopefuls turned out for the Caesars Entertainment hiring fair at Bally’s in Atlantic City.
Protesters say Christie's new plan for school funding hurts urban districts.
Gov. Christie's proposed Fairness Formula would mean the end of Abbott district full-day preschool aid.
The price of EpiPen has more than doubled since 2008, and can now top $600 for a two-pack.
Representatives are bargaining for a contract that includes affordable health care and increased wages.
Christie issued an executive order to use money from the general fund for road projects.
Dissolving the Municipal Utilities Authority is a condition of the $73 million bridge loan AC got from the state.
Although homelessness is down, the number of unsheltered individuals has increased.
Residents wanted a no-confidence vote, but the council approved the mayor's tax levy plan.
With no vote planned for Transportation Trust Fund legislation, construction union members will continue demonstrations.