A new report says many hospitals experienced critical challenges during Hurricane Sandy and now they're working to be better prepared for future storms.
A movement to require businesses to provide paid sick days has picked up steam with six municipalities implementing it. Others are putting the question on the ballot in November.
The CDC has confirmed one enterovirus case in New Jersey so far, but one doctor anticipates more cases in the state this season.
Gov. Christie signed a bill reforming alimony in the state. Unless marriage lasted for more than 20 years or there are exceptional circumstances, payments will be limited to the number of years the couple was married.
A measure calling for reforms to the Port Authority has cleared a Senate committee, but it must be passed in New Jersey and New York with signatures from both governors in order to be enacted.
Katie Meyler of Bernardsville has returned to Liberia despite the continuing threat of the Ebola virus. She says the outbreak continues to grow exponentially and that fast action is needed to control the spread of the disease.
Colleges and universities are reevaluating their current policies regarding responses to sexual assault accusations. Princeton has approved changes to its sexual misconduct guidelines.
New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle says the New Jersey Education Association was the top campaign contributor.
A proposal to help replenish the Transportation Trust Fund calls for the merger of the NJDOT, Turnpike Authority and NJ Transit.
This time each year, monarch butterflies descend on Cape May Point before continuing to Mexico. But their population is dwindling.
Some residents have had bad experiences with mortgage companies when they run into financial trouble and are facing foreclosure.
The State Investment Council manages nearly $80 billion in retirement funds and says it exceeded the assumed rate of return by 9 percent. Some are questioning the amount of fees incurred, however.
The Mental Health Association in New Jersey has found those seeking out psychiatric care through a PPO won't find help as quickly as they should.
The State Department of Agriculture held a ceremonial grape cutting to kick off New Jersey Wine Week, which runs from Sept. 19-28.
Linden officials like having red light cameras, but keeping them is contingent on the state legislature re-approving red light camera laws.
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick says that the legislature should not dictate how the attorney general handles gun buyback programs throughout New Jersey.
New Jersey officials, along with Nancy Pelosi, gathered for a ribbon cutting at Martin's Place in Jersey City, meant as a transitional stop for those leaving prison.
A new report shows that 1.2 million families in New Jersey earn more than the federal poverty level but less than the basic cost of living.