Governor Chris Christie
Much like Felix and Oscar of “Odd Couple” fame, Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic state Senate President Stephen Sweeney are learning to live together and breaking some china in the process.
Gov. Chris Christie, an avid sports fan otherwise known as Boomer & Carton caller “Chris from Mendham,” sat alongside WFAN’s Craig Carton on Friday morning.
With Boomer taking a couple days off, Craig made a call to his old friend Chris Christie and asked the New Jersey Governor to sit in today for the Blonde Bomber — and Christie obliged.
First it was former New York Governor David Paterson guest hosting on WFAN. On Friday morning, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will step up to the mic.
The Federal Transit Administration has ruled that NJ must repay the feds the entire $271 million it spent on early design and engineering work for a NJ-NY train tunnel that Gov. Chris Christie scrapped.
The tie-breaking member of a commission chosen to redraw boundaries for New Jersey’s 40 legislative districts selected a new election map submitted by Democrats, The Associated Press has learned.
Watch out, Governor Christie, you may have some competition: 4-year-old Jesse Koczon.
While New Jersey’s public schools are facing salary caps for their superintendents, charter schools don’t have the same restrictions.
New Jersey’s governor wants to end the state’s early release program for prison inmates. Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday that he’ll push for legislation to halt the program because he can’t end it himself.
Nicholson stunned the governor with the compliment at a town hall meeting Wednesday night.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie received an unusually warm reception at a town hall meeting Wednesday — warm enough to make him blush.
Never one to shy away from an verbal jab or two, Christie is now turning his focus on Illinois and their governor, Pat Quinn.
Governor Chris Christie will be presenting his state budget on Tuesday, and lawmakers are getting ready.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be unveiling his budget next week, and it seems inevitable that he plans on making cuts in Medicaid, the program that helps the poor get medical services.
During a time when newspapers are shrinking or shutting down, the Star-Ledger is doubling their staff covering the statehouse.