While many towns fight affordable housing obligations, others are getting creative.
The main source for drinking water for three million people could see a significant dip in resources.
Opposing views on number of units to be built – and where – complicates the path forward for municipalities.
Flanked by Republican legislative leaders, Guadagno talked property tax relief and addressed a variety of topics.
As the state becomes less affordable for low-income residents, towns face the challenge of meeting ever-increasing housing obligations.
Opposing narratives emerge from joint hearing on NJ Transit’s personnel practices.
At gallery opening, Gov. Christie urged more aggressive federal drug enforcement.
Community organizations are filling in the gap despite shorter enrollment period and funding cuts.
A record-setting 31 pounds of the deadly synthetic opioid were seized in Camden.
New Jersey is among many states working to return to pre-recession level funding.
Tech academy opens in Newark; Murphy responds to Christie.
Christie discusses Trumps’ comments on Charlottesville, touts progress of mega-mall.
Guadagno took questions from the press and reacted to Phil Murphy proposals.