A decline in academy recruits and high attrition have created a staffing shortage at the DOC.
Monday, Booker unveiled a "gun violence prevention plan," at the center of which is a call for prospective gun owners to pass a gun safety course and a background check before getting a license to own ...
NJ Spotlight's John Reitmeyer drills down the data on what the projects promised, what they've provided and what the state got in return.
A bombshell investigation by WNYC and ProPublica has prompted intense scrutiny of the process by which tax incentives were approved in Camden.
Amtrak took some House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee members underground into the crumbling Hudson River train tunnels that were damaged during Superstorm Sandy.
In a statement, Murphy called the policy "abhorrent and un-American."
The task force's second hearing features whistle blower and former EDA executives.
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver said that spats within municipalities can stifle redevelopment and that cooperation is needed.
Murphy doubled down on his initial congestion pricing statement on Wednesday night on the call-in show.
Barr parried a barrage of questions about how his March 24 news conference and four-page summary of Mueller’s report allegedly spun a narrative aimed at exonerating the President.
Currently, the state spends $1.6 billion on higher education, and Murphy would increase that by 2.6%.
Silk City schools are at least a year away from the state allowing self-governance.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a compromise version of a bill he'd vetoed in January, saying at the time the state couldn't afford the high cost.
Hundreds of teachers, students and administrators rallied outside the State House in Trenton over proposed cuts to their state aid for the next fiscal year.
Workers will get paid on Thursday, but there's still no resolution to the budget stalemate.