One artist has held workshops to create "Happy Street Signs" to be placed around Newark to keep violence down.
Russ Patterson's house was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, but now she will be able to move into a home donated by an anonymous Longport resident.
Five major sports entities filed a complaint in federal court to stop a law allowing sports betting in New Jersey.
Gov. Christie went to the Morristown Diner to campaign with Senate candidate Jeff Bell.
Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey Chairman Carlos Medina says that Hispanic businesses in the state face challenges, including access to financial services and training.
Three Hunterdon County communities voted last year to merge schools, causing others to take notice.
The Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival connects artists and those seeking studios with empty workspaces to fill their needs.
Little Free Libraries like one in Montclair allow residents to share books they've enjoyed with their neighbors.
Of the 594 Paterson public school students who took the SATs this year, only 19 had scores that met college ready standards.
After Thomas Raftery resigned as the Delaware River Port Authority's inspector general, the DRPA audit committee named David Aubrey to temporarily fill the position.
A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Trump Entertainment can stop paying for worker health care and pensions at Taj Mahal.
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee discussed two nominations for the Pinelands Commission while protestors tried to stop their approval.
Members of the Assembly approved legislation to legalize sports betting in New Jersey. Gov. Christie will now have to decide whether to veto or sign the measure.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop said he was reversing course on plans for a trash transfer station in Greenville Yards because of community outcry.
Although enhanced Ebola screening began at Newark Airport, many passengers said they were not checked for fevers.
Officials gathered at Monmouth University to discuss security issues at the annual "Emerging Issues in the Homeland Enterprise" conference.
New Jersey State Director of Homeland Security Chris Rodriguez says that Homeland Security continues to work to improve its ability to respond to emergencies.
After a Wanaque teen sued over the town's curfew and won, other municipalities are rescinding their curfews for teens.
Many are worried that the chemicals used in artificial turf playing fields could cause cancer. Congressman Frank Pallone wants a more thorough investigation conducted.
The Women Entrepreneurship Conference shows that many females have started their own businesses.