If legislators approve Gov. Christie's proposed budget, the funds available for snow removal will be nearly cut in half.
Mechanics say the acidic compounds in brine can corrode cars even faster than rock salt, costing Americans about $6.5 million in repairs.
Codey says Gov. Christie should stop blaming past governors for the pension situation.
Environmentalists and some elected officials are questioning Christie's involvement in the settlement with ExxonMobil.
Companies that provide snow removal are happy when the snow comes, while others see fewer customers.
Danielle Grillo turned her salon into a place that helps people who have hair loss from medical side effects.
With the Transportation Trust Fund expected to run dry July 1, officials talked about what can be done to replenish it.
An Assembly committee passed a resolution urging the state BPU to stop dragging its feet on offshore wind.
NJ Transit riders say service has been less than ideal and they're not happy about the possibility of paying more.
A community restaurant in Union Beach lets those who can't pay for a meal work for it.
Community Hope helped homeless veteran Marcenia Cofield get a place to live for her, her daughter and her five grandchildren.
The non-profit Surflight Theatre has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to liquify property to pay off creditors.
Gov. Christie focused on pension reform during his budget address instead of the court ruling.
NJ PBA President Patrick Colligan says that the health care system with the state has been frustrating because the PBA has not received information and hasn't been able to make any changes.
Gov. Christie didn't talk about the Transportation Trust Fund, but it will run out of money July 1.