Gov. Chris Christie announced the state has awarded more than $35 million to provide intensive services to those with severe opioid use disorders.
Heavy-hitter Democrats show support at Hoboken mayor Bhalla's inauguration.
What does 2018 have in store for New Jersey?
A lot happened in politics in New Jersey in 2017, from Bridgegate to the government shutdown to the corruption trial of Sen. Menendez.
An explosive investigative report on dysfunction in the state medical examiner's office has the governor-elect calling for wholesale reform.
Point Pleasant Beach has banned marijuana sales, even before the state legalizes it. Mayor Stephen Reid says it’s about quality of life.
As resident of high-tax states rush to prepay their property taxes before the new year, the IRS issued an advisory saying prepayment may not be deductible.
Maples has served as acting director of NJOHSP since June 2017.
A 16-cent increase to the minimum wage goes into effect Jan. 1, and it starts the clock for Gov-Elect Murphy to make good on campaign promises pledging to boost it further.
The city of Newark believes that supporting net neutrality will ultimately be a competitive advantage to attracting companies and people to buildings in the city.
Gov. Christie signed an executive order to help New Jersey taxpayers.
New Jersey has seven of the top 10 counties in the U.S. when it comes to losers in home price decline across the country.
While Republicans celebrated their "historic" tax bill, homeowners in high property tax states panicked and called their accountants.
In the nick of time, homeward-bound members of Congress passed a stop-gap measure that averted a government shutdown.
The executive director of the New Jersey Society of CPAs breaks down the changes in the new tax reform bill.