Gov. Chris Christie has expressed outrage at allegations of hazing and intimidation surrounding Sayreville High School’s football team.
It’s a tiny, little thing smaller than a penny and about a half-inch long, but it can cause major damage.
An estimated 700,000 counterfeit bridal and prom dresses make their way into the country each year, costing U.S. shops over $1 billion a year, Menendez said.
New Jersey’s two U.S. senators say 12 of the state’s community colleges will be sharing $15 million in federal funding.
A former Garden State Parkway toll collector has filed a lawsuit because she claims a supervisor told her to stop saying “God bless you” to motorists.
Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon, R-Monmouth, said the 1947 amendment was approved at a time when communication was more challenging.
Trooper Alina Spies said a car was heading east in the westbound lanes when it hit the tractor-trailer in Saddle Brook early Wednesday.
A group of senior citizens are outraged after they say they were banned from playing bingo.
Tom Kean Jr., New Jersey’s Senate Republican leader, says Atlantic City should loosen up about letting people carry open containers of alcohol.
The issue has become one of New Jersey’s main political conundrums.
Senator Bob Menendez says the projects that will start over the next few months will work to stop flood-related problems like the ones after Superstorm Sandy two years ago.
Christie accused committee members of being more interested in getting their names in the newspapers and on television, and he urged them to finish up their work.
Gov. Chris Christie has been spending a lot of time traveling outside of New Jersey, without naming an acting governor while he’s gone.
New Jersey lawmakers are stepping up to try and fight the heroin epidemic.
Rebuilding is slow one year after a fire devoured more than four blocks of boardwalk and destroyed more than 50 businesses in two New Jersey shore towns.