The governor-elect spoke at New Jersey Citizen Action’s ACA enrollment center in downtown Newark. It’s reporting unprecedented traffic this year, despite apparent efforts by the Trump ...
Residents of Newark’s South Ward packed the first of two public meetings, curious to find out more about a proposed PATH extension into their community and how it will affect them.
The governor was at a press conference in Newark to celebrate the announcement from earlier this month that the feds had granted a waiver for New Jersey to allow federal funds to be made available to ...
Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, ranking member of the Transportation Security and Counterterrorism and Intelligence Subcommittee, announced she’s introducing a bill to restore $400 million in ...
A historical plaque was formally unveiled by the Camden County Historical Society, marking Camden’s place in New Jersey's slave trade.
Congressman Josh Gottheimer hosted a roundtable discussion on the Health Insurance Tax and other aspects of tax reform with small business owners.
In about 50 days, the state's second-ever lieutenant governor will take the oath of office in an administration that will likely stand in sharp contrast to the Christie years.
Congressman Payne, the mayor of East Orange and small business owners to underscore the value of small business consumption.
Strikers outside of Rep. Leonard Lance's office have been fasting for four days in an effort to draw attention to immigration policies.
Folks spending their Thanksgiving day at Lunch Break in Red Bank are putting a lot of faith in Governor-elect Phil Murphy and his progressive agenda.
Jersey City school officials say 20-year-old Rutgers senior Mussab Ali is the youngest person ever elected to the city's school board. Ali says Donald Trump's claims that Muslims celebrated in Jersey ...
In one of his last appearances on Ask The Governor, Christie touted his record but admitted regret on failing to end sick time payouts for public workers.
Advocates for a clean DREAM Act are taking part in a hunger strike to show their dedication to the cause.
In her first sit-down interview post-election, Sheila Oliver recounts her first meeting with Phil Murphy three years ago and her decision to support his candidacy.
The two legislative leaders for next year and the governor-elect are completely on board for a $15 minimum wage.