N.J. Gov. Murphy Announces He Has Tumor On His Kidney, Will Have SurgeryNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy will have surgery next month to remove a tumor on his kidney, he announced on Saturday.
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy, Health Officials, Outline Coronavirus PreparednessAs fears grow, Murphy took time to lay out how the state is taking extra precautions if the coronavirus hits the Garden State.
Passaic Valley Water Commission Asks NJ For $26 Million To Help Residents Replace Lead Service LinesReplacing the pipe that runs from the curb to the house can cost homeowners more than $4,000.
Gov. Murphy: Once Again, NJ TRANSIT Fares Will Not Go UpThe decision marks three straight years without a fare hike. But at the same time a budget gap is expected for things like hiring new employees and replacing old bus and train fleets.
Rutgers Poised To Announce Its First Black PresidentGov. Phil Murphy let the cat out of the bag, tweeting that he is pleased the school chose Jonathan Holloway as its next president. 
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Delivers State Of The State AddressMurphy has signed a number of bills fulfilling campaign promises, including a phased-in $15 minimum wage and tax hikes to pay for transit and education.
Gov. Phil Murphy Signs Bill Giving $9.5M To Family-Planning ClinicsMurphy criticized Trump before signing the measure Thursday.
Gov. Murphy Signs Law Allowing Undocumented Immigrants To Get Drivers LicensesThe legislation expands access to drivers’ licenses regardless of immigration status, age or gender identity.
Gov. Murphy Restores Voting Rights For Roughly 80,000 ConvictsThe governor say the initiatives are part of what he calls his Second Chance agenda.
Brick Township Files Lawsuit Against New Jersey Over Loss Of Education State AidCould local taxes be going up in the Garden State due to a new education funding formula? The Brick Township Council meeting on Tuesday was packed with concerned parents.
NJ Governor, Jersey City Mayor Say Board Of Education Member Should Quit After Calling Jews 'Brutes'Jersey City Democratic Mayor Steven Fulop said that Board of Education member Joan Terrell Paige's comment “has no place in our schools.”