Gov. Phil Murphy Unveils Plan To Fight Lead In School Drinking WaterThe Murphy administration announced new efforts to fight lead contamination in New Jersey schools.
Gov. Murphy, Task Force Turning Up Heat On Teen VapingVaping-related illnesses have just surpassed 1,000 cases nationwide. So, New Jersey is taking another step to stop the crisis.
New Jersey Senate President Starting Investigation Into NJ TRANSIT's Continued FailuresFor NJ TRANSIT, it’s been a never ending saga of commuter woes, with delays and cancellations becoming the norm.
NJ Gov. Phil Murphy On Trade Mission To India, Hoping To Bring Global Businesses To The Garden StateMurphy announced a permanent New Jersey representation office in New Delhi on Monday.
South Plainfield Labor Day Parade Canceled After Man Is Accused Of Possessing 'Destructive Device'Additional charges are expected against 55-year-old Thomas Kaiser, authorities said.
N.J. Gov. Murphy, Lawmakers Call On Feds To Help Pay For Portal Bridge ReplacementThe 110-year-old swing bridge that's notorious for getting stuck open and leaving railroad commuters stranded needs a $1.5 billion overhaul.
Newark Water Crisis: New Plan Revealed To Fast-Track Process Of Replacing Lead PipesUnder the plan, Essex County will issue a $120 million bond to replace the problematic lead service pipes. It drastically speeds up the ongoing project, which was initially scheduled to take eight to 10 years. Now, it’s expected to take a year and a half to three years.
NJ TRANSIT To Publicly Release Monthly Performance Metrics Under Gov. Murphy's New PlanState Sen. Loretta Weinberg says she and the legislature will mark the agency's report card.
NJ Pilot Program To Weigh Pros, Cons Of Starting School LaterAccording to the American Academy of Pediatrics, early school start times are a key factor in students not getting enough sleep.
NJ TRANSIT Intentionally Turned Off Air Conditioning During Heat Wave, Commuters' Tempers Reaching A Boiling PointCBS2 asked NJ TRANSIT for an on-camera interview. A spokesperson declined both times but defended the agency's handling of the situation by deflecting questions to two tweets.
Despite Claims NJ TRANSIT Was Getting Better, Train Cancellations Skyrocket In JuneAccording to NJ TRANSIT, 373 trains were cancelled in June. That’s a 52-percent increase from a year ago when there were 245 for the month.