The man recently returned from Liberia, arriving at New York City’s JFK International Airport on May 17.
According to a new report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition, the Garden State is the fifth most expensive state to rent a home in the United States.
A top lawmaker says a proposal to let New Jersey drivers pump their own gas is going nowhere in the state Senate.
Senate Bill 2944 would allow for self-service but would also require gas stations to offer at least one full-service island for the next three years and provide provisions for those who aren’t able to pump their own gas.
“Trenton Pork Roll Festival 2015″ organizer TC Nelson received a cease-and-desist letter from a lawyer for “Official 2nd Annual Pork Roll Festival” organizer Scott Miller.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone records should continue and says the Patriot Act should be renewed in its current form.
A Senate committee on Thursday advanced a bill that would outlaw bestiality.
A new class action lawsuit seeks to end the automatic suspensions of driver’s license held by parents in New Jersey who are behind on child support payments.
TFH Publications Inc./Nylabone Products, of Neptune, says the recall applies to its 1.69 oz. packages of Puppy Starter Kit dog chews.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has pumped nearly $7 billion into New Jersey more than two years after Superstorm Sandy struck.
This is the first time ever that the majority of New Jersey voters polled support a hike.
The Governor hit his lowest approval rating ever – just 38 percent of New Jerseyans think he’s doing a good job.
Public worker unions are preparing their response to claims from Gov. Chris Christie’s administration that a judge “fabricated” a right to pension contributions at a certain level.
A judge’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit challenging New Jersey’s ban on gay conversion therapy was upheld Monday by a federal appeals court.
A teacher in New Jersey who assigned her third-grade class to write “get well” letters to a sick inmate convicted of killing a Philadelphia police officer was suspended Friday, the school superintendent said.