There was mixed reaction after the president used an executive order to delay deportations.
Many New Jersey towns have banned smoking in parks and on beaches, but Gloucester City is the first to ban smoking in a shopping district.
Families in New Jersey finalized adoptions as part of National Adoption Day.
The NJ SPCA issued the Helmetta Animal Shelter an ultimatum: relinquish control or get sued.
Members of the Board of Public Utilities said the wind farm project from Fishermen's Energy doesn't have enough funding and won't benefit New Jersey ratepayers.
The new documentary Sex and Broadcasting highlights WFMU, a freeform radio station.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski suggests a 25 cent per gallon gas tax increase, while others are proposing a more modest raise.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak answered questions at a session at Farleigh Dickinson University.
A new Pew Research Center study found that New Jersey is one of seven states that has seen its undocumented immigrant population increase over the past four years.
Several malls in North Jersey are offering same-day delivery service for customers this holiday shopping season.
Food banks in New Jersey are dealing with increased demand with the recession, Hurricane Sandy and Atlantic City casino closures.
Brookfield Properties, which had won an auction to purchase Revel for $110 million, has now pulled out of the deal.
About 1,000 demonstrators gathered in Atlantic City to protest billionaire Carl Icahn's assertion that he'll only keep the Taj Mahal open if Local 54 drops its lawsuit over ending benefits.
The March of Dimes program Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait educates women and health care providers on how to prevent preterm births.
Groups sending doctors to West Africa to stop the Ebola epidemic say since New Jersey and New York imposed a mandatory quarantine, there are fewer volunteers.
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office has a pilot methadone project that offers heroin addicts who complete detox free entry into treatment.
Senate President Sweeney and Jersey City Mayor Fulop, both presumed to be considering a run for governor, held nighttime events in Atlantic City after the first day of the League of Municipalities Convention.
Assemblywoman Nancy Muñoz says that a new law will help reduce the number of patients re-admitted to hospitals after being discharged.
Members of law enforcement, legislators and treatment experts gathered to discuss ways to combat heroin abuse in New Jersey.
New Jersey's average price for a gallon of regular gas is $2.74, compared to $3.16 a year ago.
The 99th edition of the League of Municipalities convention in Atlantic City draws more than 15,000 participants.