Gov. Phil Murphy plans to boost education funding with a plan to give thousands of students an opportunity to get two years of free college at some of the state's four-year universities.
The governor unveiled his plan for spending your tax dollars.
Republican leaders are making their objections clear to the spending outlined in Murphy's FY2021. budget address.
Read the full text of Gov. Phil Murphy's FY 2021 Budget Address.
LIVE coverage begins at 2 p.m. for NJTV News and NJ Spotlight reporting of Gov. Phil Murphy's FY 2021 Budget Address.
To mitigate flooding, Hoboken will build a 5 acre park that will aid in capturing stormwater runoff in a number of clever ways.
For the past two years, Gov. Phil Murphy has proposed hiking the tax on income over $1 million, and for the past two years Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin have ...
The latest report shows the number of threats, plots and attacks by white supremacists increased over the last year, pushing the group from a moderate to high threat level.
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.