A day after protests, Washington Township High School reopens without incident.
Christie made no mention of the fact that he chose Newark, rather than Camden, as the state's semi-official entry in the Amazon HQ2 sweepstakes.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Sen. Bob Menendez's campaign fundraising is down by nearly half compared to his last election cycle as the New Jersey Democrat stands trial on federal corruption charges.
The state is examining whether lavish meals and uncapped compensation from pharmaceutical companies influence physicians to prescribe highly addictive opioids.
New Jersey residents pay the highest property taxes in the country. Gov. Christie and municipal officials say a limit on contract awards for firefighters and police officers reigns in property tax increases. Public safety officials say the cap makes the negotiation process unfair..
The NAACP was called in to meet with school officials Wednesday night
As the New Jersey governor's race enters the homestretch, both candidates are hoping to spark enthusiasm among their parties' most loyal voters. Phil Murphy is stumping with popular Democrats like former Vice President Joe Biden, and Republican Kim Guadagno is gambling that her hardline message on immigration...
The government's forecast says the odds favor abover-normal temperatures around here, different take from those of two commercial services.
In towns large and small, health officials have had to go begging for more money to cover the explosive growth of autopsies, toxicology tests, and overtime hours.
The Cape May County Bridge Commission is finally beginning the installation of EZPass on its five Ocean Drive bridges. Work should be completed by spring.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey doctor has admitted to defrauding Medicare and private insurers out of $3 million.
DELRAN, N.J. (AP) - Police in New Jersey are seeking a woman who they believe used a child to steal a cellphone.
Could climate change lead the state to embrace an idea it shunned more than three decades ago: creation of a coastal commission?
A Montgomery County man was charged Wednesday in federal court with using phony documents to collect more than $250,000 in FEMA-backed disaster benefits and insurance payments intended for Hurricane Sandy disaster relief, prosecutors said.