The New Jersey Office of the Attorney General filed a six-count suit against ExxonMobil for contamination found in its Lail property in Gloucester County. This is the fifth natural resource damages ...
It’ll cost over $75 million to complete the entire residential project. Until then the city continues handing out water filters, roughly 33,000 to date.
Gov. Phil Murphy highlighted the social justice ramifications and economic benefits of legalizing adult-use marijuana.
Albert Alvarez's attorneys sought a court order requiring the Middlesex County prosecutor to turn over his files from the case involving the allegation against Alvarez brought by Katie Brennan. A ...
Assemblyman Lou Greenwald spearheaded a package of six bills to curb violence in the cities most affected. There was unopposed support in the legislation that would create more violence intervention ...
The amended law would permit all sexual abuse victims to civilly sue both institutions and specific individuals. It’d let victims of childhood sexual abuse file civil suits up until age 55 or seven ...
At the end of March Pallone expects to move the bills out of subcommittee, and ultimately onto the House floor.
The legislators, who both oppose legalization, hope the ballot process will allow voters to become more informed.
The owner and operator of B.L. England says it has withdrawn its plan to repower the facility with natural gas, meaning it would no longer need the 22-mile-long pipeline.
Advocates from the 'Let's Drive Campaign' petitioned the Assembly speaker to advance a driver's license expansion bill.
More than 100 inmates at the Camden County Jail have received medication-assisted treatment for substance abuse.
A lesson in municipal government make up and shake up.
Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora says the city has made improving water quality a top priority since he took office in July.
In November, a federal appeals court threw out civil rights counts against Baroni and co-defendant Bridget Kelly and ordered the resentencing.
An EPA plan to regulate toxic PFAS in drinking water has sparked criticism from Jersey officials, but some say New Jersey could be doing more to regulate the chemicals on the state level.