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State officials looking for solutions to the state’s transportation funding crisis are increasingly considering merging the cash-starved state Department...
To Democrats in Washington, one congressional race in South Jersey is among the most important in the country, a rare chance to gain ground in an otherwise dire year for their party.
NEWARK, N.J. - Gov. Christie joined with the pastor of a church here Tuesday to call for lessening the stigma of drug addiction, invoking a friend's death as he sought to frame the issue as a universal problem.
Hospitals in New Jersey might be required to teach family or friends how to care for a discharged patient.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Republican Gov. Chris Christie got personal at a summit on addiction on Tuesday, highlighting the disease's disregard for race, class and education distinctions with a story about a law school classmate who had a family and successful career but became addicted to alcohol and painkillers and died recently.
Members of the New Jersey Assembly will soon be able to register their attendance via cellphone or e-mail to allow certain legislative business to proceed.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) - Republican Jeff Bell spent three decades in Washington working on policy and wrote a book promoting all aspects of social conservatism. But so far his campaign for the U.S. Senate has centered on just one issue: returning the United States to the gold standard.
Legislation clearing the way for an additional "Renaissance" school operator to come to Camden and expanding the powers of the three already approved in the city is now law.
At 66, Audrey Williams is looking for a job to pay the property taxes on the Northside duplex she has owned for 14 years.
CLEVELAND (AP) - Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wants Ohio voters to make a big statement in November.
NEWARK, N.J. - Gov. Christie joined with the pastor of a church here Tuesday to call for lessening the stigma of drug addiction, invoking a friend's death as he sought to frame the issue as a universal problem.
To Democrats in Washington, one congressional race in South Jersey is among the most important in the country, a rare chance to gain ground in an otherwise dire year for their party.
A nurse who has staged weekly protests about New Jersey's troubled medical marijuana program is joining an exodus of families with ill children for Colorado.
Hospitals in New Jersey might be required to teach family or friends how to care for a discharged patient.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Republican Gov. Chris Christie got personal at a summit on addiction on Tuesday, highlighting the disease's disregard for race, class and education distinctions with a story about a law school classmate who had a family and successful career but became addicted to alcohol and painkillers and died recently.
In Wisconsin, Christie described Gov. Scott Walker as a friend. The two have similarities, differences.
Jon Runyan, the outgoing congressman and former Eagles tackle, has put his 23-acre Mount Laurel estate on the market for $5.8 million.
When James "Randy" Pace was elected nearly three years ago, his small Pinelands community was reeling from a deepening financial crisis, a sex scandal involving its mayor, and two abrupt resignations on the exclusively Republican governing body.
Kim Guadagno has toured New Jersey for almost five years as lieutenant governor, visiting hundreds of businesses and attending luncheons, conferences, and groundbreakings.
State officials looking for solutions to the state’s transportation funding crisis are increasingly considering merging the cash-starved state Department...