N.J. Acting Governor Kim Guadagno Out Of Hospital After Bicycle FallNew Jersey's acting governor left a hospital Friday one day after falling from a bicycle and breaking her wrist and elbow.
Star-Ledger: Chris Christie Endorsement Was A MistakeNew Jersey's largest newspaper says it now regrets endorsing the Republican governor for re-election last year.
N.J. Gubernatorial Hopeful Barbara Buono Announces Pick For Lt. GovernorLabor leader Milly Silva was introduced Monday as gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono's running mate. Silva is executive vice president of 1199 SEIU, a private union of health care workers.
Community Pays Tribute To Fallen Waldwick Marine Killed In Afghanistan Hundreds of Waldwick residents lined the streets Tuesday as police escorted the body Staff Sgt. Joseph D’Augustine.
Many NJ Residents Still Dealing With Flood DamageNew Jersey homeowners are slowly recovering from flooding that devastated much of the state, but in most cases the damage is already done.
Carl Lewis Continues Bid To Run For State Senate Seat In New JerseyRepublican Secretary of State Kim Guadagno last week ruled the Democratic former track star isn't eligible to run in the 8th legislative district because he hasn't lived in New Jersey the last four years.
Carl Lewis Moves Ahead With Appeals For New Jersey Senate RaceLast week, Republican Secretary of State Kim Guadagno ruled the Democratic former track star isn't eligible to run in the 8th legislative district because he hasn't lived in New Jersey the last four years.
NJ Election Official Rules Carl Lewis Can't Run For State SenateNew Jersey's top election official has ruled that nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis fails to meet the four-year state residency requirement to run for elected office.
NJ Senate Leader To Be Acting GovernorState Senate President Steve Sweeney will become acting governor on Sunday, when Gov. Chris Christie and his family head to Florida for a Disney World vacation.
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno To Address NJ MayorsLt. Gov. Kim Guadagno is the keynote speaker Thursday at the state League of Municipalities annual conference in Atlantic City.
NJ Assembly Panel Takes Up Property Tax ReformsThe Environment and Solid Waste Committee was scheduled to consider five bills Monday that would give cities and towns greater ability to control their costs and therefore ease property taxes.