While the presidential election in November is getting all the headlines, another landmark vote will be taking place on November 6 that is struggling to grab people's attention.
New Jersey has one of the most ambitious clean energy programs in the nation, but some have criticized the state for not doing enough to promote the development of electric vehicles and other alternative-fueled cars.
The Hudson County town of North Bergen is so corrupt that town officials used city employees to get themselves re-elected, handed out no-show jobs and made electioneering part of keeping of those jobs, according to a report in the Star-Ledger.
The city of Camden, N.J, is imposing a curfew on businesses including restaurants and retailers, starting on Monday.
A Fairleigh Dickinson Poll shows President Barack Obama leading Republican challenger Mitt Romney by a whopping 14 percent among likely Garden State voters.
A handful of anti-hunger advocates in New Jersey have decided that it's time for a new model when it comes to addressing issues of food security.
Warning that extreme weather is here to stay, state regulatory officials yesterday began weighing steps that New Jersey electric utilities should take to improve response times when restoring power to customers.
About 30 Lukoil gas station operators in New Jersey are staging a protest Wednesday by raising prices up to $8 for a gallon to call attention to what they say is unfair pricing by the Russian oil company.
New Jersey’s plans for having a statewide teacher evaluation system in place by 2013-2014 goes full throttle this year, with every school district in the state being required to start putting the key pieces in place.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie defended his estimates of how much tax revenue the state will collect by December — but the governor’s call for a tax cut is in jeopardy because the state may be short $253 million of projections, a report released Monday found.
The Christie administration’s draft strategic investment plan is touted by officials as a blueprint for spurring economic development in New Jersey, a goal seemingly embraced by many.
Given New Jersey's rich historic heritage, tourism could be more than the Jersey Shore. But even before the economic downturn, many involved with “heritage tourism” were concerned about some trends in how travelers view art and history.
Federal agents have arrested the mayor of New Jersey's capital city as part of an ongoing corruption investigation.
After more than 130 years in Newark’s Central Ward, the Eighteenth Avenue School didn't open its doors to new and returning students on Thursday.
The state’s four electric utilities would face stiffer penalties if they fail to quickly implement restoration plans in the event of severe storms, according to a recommendation introduced by the Christie administration. The governor wants the Legislature to move rapidly on the proposal, enacting it into law this fall.
New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa met with Muslim leaders on Wednesday in Newark as part of a Muslim Outreach Committee set up in the wake of the news that the NYPD had surveilled Muslim groups in the Garden State.
Faced with the highest crime rate in the country, Camden Mayor Dana Redd is planning to replace the city’s unionized police force at the end of the month with a “Metro Division” of the Camden County Police Department.