New Jersey lawmakers passed a pair of measures stemming from the politically motivated lane closures near the George Washington Bridge last year.
Gov. Chris Christie is scheduled to attend an event at the Brig. Gen. William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Wrightstown Tuesday.
United Airlines is ending service to and from Atlantic City after just eight months of serving the East Coast gambling resort.
“It’s the policy that has been instituted since that time that dealt with the woman from Maine and will deal with anybody else who is a healthcare worker who has direct contact with someone who has the Ebola virus. There has been no change. No difference,” Christie said Monday.
The Republican governor repeated his argument that most parents don’t sit around the kitchen table saying their lives would be better if only their children could make a higher minimum wage.
Gov. Chris Christie is continuing his public push against drug addiction, announcing Wednesday more than $12 million in new funding for addiction treatment and prevention programs.
That’s according to a new Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll that was issued Monday in honor of the Boss’s 65th birthday.
Cuomo and Christie said they have directed their homeland security advisors and top police officials to review current security measures for the region and make recommendations for how best to respond to new threats.
There will be no more permanent alimony in future divorces in New Jersey.
Christie on Friday will visit a school and local park in the city, where many of New Jersey’s Mexican families have roots.
Retired New Jersey high school athletic coaches who want to continue coaching will be able to do so without having to wait six months and risk affecting their pensions.
More than 1,500 unaccompanied children who entered the U.S. illegally have been placed with sponsors in New Jersey this year, federal officials announced Thursday.
Gov. Chris Christie is channeling Hollywood in his push for more cuts to state workers’ benefits.
New Jersey is increasing its penalties on boaters who leave the scene of an accident.
Celebrating a bi-partisan effort to expand substance abuse treatment, both Governor Christie and NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney didn’t want to talk about the contentious effort to forge a budget in the next 12 days.