Two Dems are questioning if Christie is being unethical by accepting Cowboys' owner gifts.
A bill has been signed making Hinchliffe Stadium part of the National Park.
The Rutgers football team is playing in the Quick Lane Bowl after its first season in the Big Ten Conference.
Rep. Bill Pascrell says NCAA's main concern should be the safety of the athletes, not money.
Monmouth Park is looking into offering fantasy sports betting while appealing the ban on sports betting.
In West Orange, Lou Mignone started the TOPSoccer chapter in order for athletes with physical and mental disabilities to have a chance to participate in sports.
Associate Professor Charles Haberl says that Rutgers is not prioritizing instructional resources for faculty.
Five major sports entities filed a complaint to stop a law allowing sports betting in NJ.
Members of the Assembly approved legislation to legalize sports betting in New Jersey.
High schools self report the rating and Sayreville scored 71 out of 75 from 2011 to 2013.
Many are worried that the chemicals used in artificial turf playing fields could cause cancer.
Seven students have been charged with sexual assault resulting from alleged hazing.
At an event in Trenton, Gov. Christie touched on a variety of issues facing the state.
Montclair's Drums of Thunder, made up of fourth- and fifth-graders, recently performed the halftime show at an Eagles game.
Sayreville High School officials canceled last week's football game after allegations of hazing surfaced.