The NJ PACT reforms are part of Phil Murphy’s plan to achieve 100% clean energy by 2050.
NJ Transit gets slammed by lawmakers for being more concerned about its image — than its riders. But, lawmakers also propose a dedicated source of funding for the cash-strapped agency.
Murphy said the system as it exists now favors special interests and insiders.
Immigration advocates protested Thursday over the impending deportation to Honduras of a North Brunswick man who was turned over to federal authorities by local police after they stopped him for a ...
A new study shows that nearly half of students at community colleges in New Jersey have suffered over the past year for lack of basic needs, like food, income and shelter.
Armed with a new state law restoring voting rights to those on parole or probation after serving a criminal sentence, the League of Women Voters is embarking on a campaign to ensure all those now ...
A group of students, parents and community activists in New Brunswick gathered Tuesday in protest of a plan to tear down a school building to make way for a new, 12-story cancer pavilion.
Jersey City's mayor has a plan to fill a estimated $150 million shortfall in school funding and providing $250 million for schools going forward without massive tax hikes.
Gov. Phil Murphy is proposing to clean up corporate behavior with a measure that would update existing laws to give sexual harassment and assault victims more rights and more time to come forward.
New Jersey officials are urging Trenton residents to turn out and be counted for the census, after having the worst response in Mercer County in 2010.
With six months to go before New Jersey schools must have a curriculum in place, opponents continue to push back against a requirement that middle and high school students be taught about the historic ...
Trump administration plans to deploy special tactical units of the U.S. Border Patrol to Newark and other so-called sanctuary cities are highlighting a stark divide in New Jersey on immigration ...
Jersey City's city council will vote next week on regulations meant to encourage food trucks to set up shop in town, while keeping the bustling industry from getting out of hand.
In Camden, old public housing is being replaced with longtime residents in mind.
Two bills passed a legislative committee this week that would protect businesses and patients involved with medical marijuana industry.