The Northern Valley Regional High School District in New Jersey rejected a proposal for random student drug testing on Monday.
No woman really feels engaged until she has a ring on her finger. If you’ve decided to make it official this Valentine’s Day, here’s how to make sure the ring in your pocket is the one she’s been visualizing since the day you met.
Designers say they envision the new structure on pier 17 as mixed-use complexes that will cater to businesses as well as cultural events.
A Long Island flight instructor proposed to his girlfriend 1,500 feet above the Hudson River on Monday afternoon, and video of the romantic gesture is racking up thousands of hits on YouTube.
Two mega fans of the HBO series got engaged on the replica of the Iron Throne – and our cameras caught the whole thing. Jordan Young and Amanda Santangelo joined us on The Couch to talk with us about their romantic moment.
A new New York state proposal would require criminal background checks to keep sex offenders from acquiring jobs at senior care facilities.
The student speaker at the Union County College commencement ceremony had quite the surprise in store for his girlfriend.
For one lucky Train fan, ‘Marry Me’ is now more than the name of the band’s chart-topping song.
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Cuomo calls for “comprehensive reform of our tax code” to promote investment in jobs in New York. He doesn’t mention raising taxes or adjusting the tax code to raise taxes for wealthier New Yorkers.
Residents, business owners and lobbyists can comment on the plan at a hearing Tuesday afternoon at New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark.
New Jersey residents will soon get their first chance to comment on Gov. Chris Christie’s proposal for the state’s energy future.
Thursday’s meeting will include the Democratic governor, Senate Republican leader Dean Skelos, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Assembly Republican leader Brian Kolb and Senate Democratic leader John Sampson.
The AAA said an estimated 180,000 drivers could decide not to renew their registrations if tolls go up next year.