Judge Mary Jacobson dismissed the complaint “with prejudice,” barring the case from being brought back to court.
Without caps, towns face challenges meeting increased salary and health care costs.
A judge has ruled that the Trump administration must resume collecting donor information from nonprofit groups.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer pushes a federal version of Alyssa's Law, which requires the state’s public schools to install silent alarms that communicate life-threatening or emergency situations to local ...
One in every nine New Jerseyans is carrying student debt, and Americans owe more in student loan debt than credit card debt.
A panel of business leaders lamented what happened to the once widely respected agency.
The state sets grants for Main Street revitalization in 20 towns.
Reed Gusciora was recently selected to participate in the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative.
A group of academics issued a report proposing changes to the way the state redraws legislative districts.
A bill signed by Acting Gov. Shiela Oliver prohibits prospective employers from asking about pay history.
The Senate president discusses extending the state's current tax incentive program and his relationship with the governor.
The Express Vote XL is the newest voting machine in New Jersey. It was on display at a farmer's market in Roselle Park.
Democrats were hoping Mueller would help make a case for impeachment, while Republicans used the hearings to chip away at his credibility.
Senate President Steve Sweeney sat down with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron to renew his call to dissolve the SDA and roll it into the EDA. He also previewed what's in store for the first ...
The Legislative Black Caucus says they will "protect the squad."