Former Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli has kicked off his second gubernatorial campaign.
Gov. Phil Murphy said Tuesday that his budget for the coming year will not include a fare increase for NJ Transit, despite continuing uncertainty about how to close a looming multi-million dollar gap ...
A bill signed by Gov. Phil Murphy prohibits a defendant from using a victim’s actual or perceived gender identity or sexual orientation as a heat of passion defense to murder in New Jersey courts.
Murphy signed legislation prohibiting the sale of flavored vaping products.
New Jersey taxpayers face an $8 million tab to cover the cost of Gov. Phil Murphy's task force investigating business tax breaks.
On Tuesday, Gov. Phil Murphy took action on dozens of bills awaiting his signature to become law.
On Monday, the national holiday celebrating King’s life and how he altered the course of American history, a group comprising entrepreneurs, officials and community members met at a Newark church to ...
The Trump administration has proposed reforms to the National Environmental Protection Act, the nation’s oldest and most established environmental law.
The governor tackled the criticism he took from his most powerful adversary, Senate President Steve Sweeney, following his State of the State address on Tuesday.
Sen. Teresa Ruiz and other local leaders joined Sen. Bob Menendez to condemn President Donald Trump for not immediately assisting those impacted by earthquakes in Puerto Rico.
After pleas from the town's mayor, grants from the Greater Newark United Way and Clara Maass Medical Center provided a combined $70,000 to provide filters for Belleville residents.
It’s been called the “Senior Tsunami,” an impending demographic wave in the form of an aging population that planners and policy experts say New Jersey’s communities are not prepared to ...
According to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, all nine casinos in Atlantic City collectively won $3.29 billion last year, an increase of over 15%.
The Fresh Start program, currently in six New Jersey libraries, aims to connect the formerly incarcerated with tools to keep them out from behind bars.
The difficulties riders with disabilities face when using NJ Transit’s trains and buses was the focus Thursday of the third in a series of legislative hearings on the continuing deficiencies of the ...