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With a wave of Atlantic City casino closings expected to put more than 6,000 people out of work, Gov. Christie announced Thursday that the state would join with union and business groups to open an employment resource center in the Shore resort.
Democrats see the Runyan seat as their best chance in the area as trends point GOP.
WASHINGTON - Not long ago, Democrats aiming to take control of the House thought the Philadelphia suburbs offered abundant opportunities.
The incessant banging of a pile driver Thursday marked another day of construction in the replacement of the East Jefferson Street Bridge over Mantua Creek in Paulsboro - the setting of a notorious train accident nearly two years ago.
Just under half of New Jersey voters approve of Gov. Christie’s job performance, according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll – the latest to find that the governor’s ratings haven’t rebounded since Bridgegate.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The perpetual political candidate who calls himself Weedman is in a legal struggle to get back on November's ballot for a congressional seat.
WASHINGTON - There's good news for Hillary Rodham Clinton, bad news for Gov. Christie and President Obama, and strange news for Sen. Cory A. Booker (D., N.J.) in a poll released Wednesday.
TRENTON - A key New Jersey lawmaker said Wednesday that a statewide paid-sick-leave requirement for employers was a priority for this year, setting up a likely battle between business and labor groups.
State Senate President Stephen Sweeney says he will accept Gov. Christie's changes to a bill intended to expedite development of privately run public "Renaissance" schools in Camden.
While there, he touted his conservatism to voters amid speculation over a White House run.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Gov. Christie praised Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley's fiscal stewardship Wednesday - and touted his own conservative credentials - during a stop to raise money for Bentley's reelection campaign and for GOP executives in other states.
As Atlantic City braces for a wave of casino closings expected to put more than 6,000 out of work, Gov. Christie, who once prophesied a promising future for the Shore resort, is again contemplating how to steer the city away from its woes.
With a wave of Atlantic City casino closings expected to put more than 6,000 people out of work, Gov. Christie announced Thursday that the state would join with union and business groups to open an employment resource center in the Shore resort.
If you think things are lousy in Atlantic City now, you should have been there 50 years ago this week.
“Chris Christie slept here” is not a historical marker. It’s a state secret in New Jersey, according to the governor’s lawyers...
Barbara Buono, remember her?
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The perpetual political candidate who calls himself Weedman is in a legal struggle to get back on November's ballot for a congressional seat.
The Legislature is on break, and there is intrigue over what will happen to the bills.
TRENTON - New Jersey's legislature is on break, but there is still some intrigue in the Statehouse over how Republican Gov. Christie will deal with 39 bills passed in June by lawmakers.
LONG BRANCH, N.J. - Gov. Christie talked about Atlantic City casinos, cautioned against rushing to judgment in the shooting of a black teenager in Missouri, and defended his use of Bruce Springsteen music, Tuesday in the latest installment of his summer "No Pain, No Gain" town-hall meeting series.
Democrats see the Runyan seat as their best chance in the area as trends point GOP.
WASHINGTON - Not long ago, Democrats aiming to take control of the House thought the Philadelphia suburbs offered abundant opportunities.
The incessant banging of a pile driver Thursday marked another day of construction in the replacement of the East Jefferson Street Bridge over Mantua Creek in Paulsboro - the setting of a notorious train accident nearly two years ago.
Just under half of New Jersey voters approve of Gov. Christie’s job performance, according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll – the latest to find that the governor’s ratings haven’t rebounded since Bridgegate.