Assembly Speaker Prieto is ordering four Assembly committees to brainstorm ways to end poverty.
Mayor Don Guardian strongly disagrees with the governor's pocket veto of Atlantic City rescue plan.
Congressman Bill Pascrell pushed to extend a business tax deduction that was set to expire.
The state government reimburses seniors and low-income homeowners on their property taxes.
The Center for Vocational Rehabilitation in Eatontown trains individuals with disabilities to perform jobs in their communities.
The recommendations include cutting the workforce even more and privatizing the fire department.
Employees at Newark Airport engaged in acts of civil disobedience to increase the minimum wage.
New Jersey's film tax credit program sunsetted in June and Gov. Christie has vetoed a bill to reinstate and expand it.
Although there were no Powerball Jackpot winners here, there was a $2 million ticket and a $1 million ticket sold in NJ.
Although Atlantic City could face bankruptcy, officials don't want a complete state takeover.
Alison Hastings of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission discusses a new study that suggests growing access to food can lead to growing the entire economy.
Attorney Jason Kurland gives advice to those who may win the Powerball jackpot, which has exceeded $1 billion.
Asbury Park Press reporter Michael Symons says property taxes in New Jersey are up an average of 2.4 percent.
For years Camden has had a bad reputation but that's changing along a strip of Federal Street.
Research shows New Jersey has more potential than any other state in the region to produce offshore wind power, but it has yet to create a financing plan to make it affordable.