Christie To Require State's Schools To Test For LeadThe governor said Monday that he will ask the Legislature for $10 million to pay for testing in about 3,000 schools starting in the fall.
Wildwood Considers Banning Hoverboards On BoardwalkOfficials fear the insurance liability and the risk of fire on the wooden span.
Teaneck Mayor Lizette Park, Bergen County's First Black Female Mayor, Dies At 44Teaneck Mayor Lizette Parker has died after a battle with respiratory issues.
Reports: NJ Teacher Forced To Resign Over Anti-Trump Video To Keep JobA New Jersey teacher, who was reportedly forced to resign over a video he showed in class making fun of Donald Trump, has withdrawn his resignation.
Sanders, Clinton Support Bill To Let 9/11 Families Sue Saudi ArabiaThe Democratic presidential candidates both spoke in favor of the bill Monday on the eve of the New York presidential primary.
New Poll Shows Clinton With 17-Point Lead Over Sanders In New YorkA poll released Friday showed Hillary Clinton with a strong lead ahead of the New York Democratic presidential primary.
Jersey City Limits Parking For Neighboring Bike Share UsersJersey City's city council passed a measure Wednesday night barring Hoboken commercial bike users from parking at public bike racks for longer than two hours.
Assembly Panel Passes Prieto Bill To Shore Up Atlantic CityAn Assembly committee on Thursday unanimously approved the measure that gives the city up to two years before a full state takeover in exchange for city government meeting financial benchmarks.
Sanders Holds Rallies In Brooklyn As Clinton Campaigns UpstateThe Democratic presidential candidates were back on the campaign trail in New York Friday in preparation for the state's primaries on April 19.
DOJ To Continue Push To Force Apple To Reveal Data In Local Drug CaseThe U.S. Department of Justice on Friday said it will continue to try to force Apple to reveal a phone’s data in a New York drug case.
4 High-Ranking NYPD Officials Disciplined Amid Federal Corruption ProbeAction has been taken against four high-ranking NYPD members amid a federal corruption investigation.
NJ Lawmakers Looking Into State's Aging Water InfrastructureNew Jersey lawmakers worried about lead that was found in the Newark public schools' drinking water are holding a hearing to look more closely at the state's aging infrastructure.

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