Belleville Mayor Michael Melham said his feeling of helplessness is what drove him to put up a donated billboard to try to shame the state Department of Environmental Protection into providing 6,000 ...
A special task force created by Gov. Phil Murphy met again Wednesday in Trenton, this time taking comments from the public.
In the face of allegations that Donald Trump tried to enlist a foreign power for his own political gain, members of New Jersey's congressional delegation are adding their names to the growing list of ...
The private water company Suez North America is working to replace lead pipes and gooseneck connectors with copper below the streets of in Bergen and Hudson counties.
The result of the plea has been national attention for the Booker camp and a record breaking 24-hour period, where roughly $500,000 has been contributed to the campaign, by this morning's count.
The tests were ordered after results from two of three properties showed lead readings well beyond the federal “action” level despite the presence of the filters.
The daylong event, dubbed NJ Connects, was convened to link business owners up with the government agencies that make purchases and award contracts for the state and other public agencies.
His disapproval rating increased in the same time period, from 31% up to 40%.
Starting tomorrow, the MVC will reach out to the 55,000 people who have already signed up for Real ID to make appointments at the agency’s regional facility in Trenton.
More admonition for Trenton City council members who used — or defended the use of — an anti-Semitic phrase.
Republican state Sen. Anthony Bucco has died at the age of 81.
Purdue Pharma made its first appearance in federal bankruptcy court Tuesday, as the company attempts to settle a tsunami of lawsuits brought by governments across the country.
Oral arguments are expected in January.
A federal judge is set to hear arguments in a case brought by a right-leaning think tank against a recent New Jersey law requiring certain advocacy groups disclose their donors.
The people who decide much of what gets built in New Jersey have gathered in Atlantic City this week for the 23rd Annual Governor’s Conference on Housing and Economic Development.