Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande says there will be a public hearing tomorrow at the State House on the issue and both the Senate and Assembly will be called into a special session Monday to get the ...
The Court found that increasing judges' pension and benefits contributions is unconstitutional.
Former Supreme Court Justice Peter Verniero explains the 3-2 decision by the state Supreme Court that it's unconstitutional to make current judges pay more for their pensions and benefits.
The organization's executive director and founder Marcia Robinson Lowry says that while the Department of Children and Families has shown real improvement in recent years, there is concern about its ...
Camden Mayor Dana Redd cites the dedication of Cooper Medical School, a regional police system and work on the city's schools as indications that Camden has a bright future despite a rash of murders ...
One of the people who testified was Stella Tulli whose 21-year-old sister was allegedly killed by a man who escaped from a New Jersey halfway house.
Essex County Sheriff Armando Fontoura likes the changes to drug laws which will treat offenders. He also says using halfway houses are good for the system and tougher gun laws are needed in other ...
After 12 people were killed and dozens wounded at a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises," New Jersey officials have beefed up security near movie theaters.
Sen. Robert Gordon says the hearings will look into reported escapes, attacks and unsafe conditions in halfway houses.
Hearings will begin next week about the state's halfway houses, when lawmakers will ask questions about the privately-owned facilities.
In the aftermath of a damning New York Times series, efforts to bring change to the state’s halfway house system seemed to get a boost, but so far, nothing much seems to have changed.
A recent New York Times series on conditions at New Jersey’s halfway houses caused a stir throughout the state, prompting calls for an examination of the entire system and stricter oversight.
Bathing suits and the boardwalk go hand and hand right? Not according to a little-known ordinance in Asbury Park.
Steven Benvenisti says ending DWI is a personal crusade for him after he suffered severe injuries caused by a repeat drunk driver.
Seventeen people from six states, including New Jersey, have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a scheme to fraudulently obtain driver's licenses for undocumented individuals.