Jersey City officials say its residential building boom is creating jobs and economic activity that hasn't been seen in decades.
The STOPit app allows for anonymous reporting of bullying incidents. Founders hope it resonates with young people who use technology to communicate.
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center has been helping seals that have found themselves on the New Jersey coast. The founding director says the frozen bays kept seals where they were to feed instead of swimming away.
Starting in July, prescription co-pays for retired public employees will revert back to 2012 levels after more than a year of overcharges by the state.
Camden Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard is trying to get community buy-in for his plan to turn over operation of five city schools to private non-profits.
Teacher John Bovery says it's been four and a half years since he was charged with promoting gambling and he still hasn't gone to trial.
After a lawyer and the ACLU sued New Brunswick for citing John Fleming for begging, the city settled the case by paying $4,500 to a homeless charity and covering Fleming's court costs.
After voters approved a constitutional amendment creating a dedicated, permanent source of funding for open space, lawmakers are discussing how to split the money.
Construction of the Sandy damaged section of the boardwalk in Long Branch is slated to begin this spring.
Community Access Unlimited Family Mentor Rebekah Novemsky says that people with developmental and intellectual disabilities need to be part of the community.
Those living in the Greenville section of Jersey City say a plan to reduce truck pollution will bring environmental dangers to their neighborhood.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released its annual report ranking New Jersey counties' health.
To help save Atlantic City from bankruptcy, the emergency managers have recommended a $10 million cut in operating costs and layoffs, delaying or reducing pension and benefit payments and diverting money from other areas.
Daytop New Jersey opened an outpatient drug treatment facility in Manahawkin. At the opening, Gov. Christie again said he opposes legalizing marijuana, which he said is a gateway drug.
A proposed bill would require all New Jersey colleges and universities to develop a $10,000 four-year BA degree program that includes tuition and fees.
A report claims many of the tax break deals for companies in New Jersey have ties to political donors or powerbrokers.
Gov. Christie told a crowd at his 132nd town hall that he will announce whether or not he will run for president in late spring or early summer.
Newark City Council members disagreed with a consultant's report that said the Newark area has too many hospital beds. They want the state to sell Saint Michael's to a for-profit company.
Local officials say combining municipal and state pensions could damage towns.