It’s all part of a drive aimed to not just bolster the ranks of the state police but to diversify it geographically as well.
US military veterans who returned home from war as an amputee are being shown that the loss of a limb or two does not mean their lives are over.
Haddon is currently dean of the law school at the University of Maryland. She was on the faculty of Temple Law School for decades.
Sources suggest the investigation stems from discovery of a missing scope from a rifle, which somehow reappeared in the room.
The Delaware River and Bay Authority wanted to give workers their first pay hikes in several years. NJ Governor Chris Christie vetoed that idea.
A bill now under consideration in the New Jersey legislature would allow a resident of the state who is not a legal citizen to get a driver’s license.
An effort is now underway to document the true story of the fate of the Robert J. Walker and why 21 men died aboard the vessel.
Some 100 community leaders from throughout Camden are being trained to be extra eyes and ears for the police.
There’s a good deal of attention in New Jersey centered on a plan to tax electronic cigarettes in the same fashion as other tobacco products.
Those popular rolling chairs on the Atlantic City Boardwalk are about to get some electric competition. The Boardwalk Jitney is making its debut.
The first step is a change in zoning to attract more retail and restaurant fare.
This weekend will mark one year since the disappearance of a Collingdale woman. Relatives and friends met with borough police to discuss the course of the ongoing search to find her.
Early post-Sandy polls gave Governor Christie high marks. 76-percent approved just last fall. Not anymore, according to the Monmouth University poll.
The 6th annual Rutgers Day is set for Saturday, April 26th in North Jersey, a day-long free festival to demonstrate all that the university offers.
PATCO riders have a new way to follow their train schedules on the go.