State of New Jersey
In the first year, the operation — known as “Operation Facial Scrub” — has yielded 38 criminal prosecutions and more than 600 potential cases.
Hurricane Sandy hammered parts of New Jersey and New York in late October.
Many pundits saw Booker as the most effective candidate to go up against incumbent Republican governor Chris Christie.
New Jersey health officials are apologizing for an e-mail that went out this week to more than 400 participants in the state’s medical marijuana program.
It’s the first step in what is likely to be a long, complex process that will, in the end, determine whether federal law that restricts sports betting to four states is constitutional.
The midday high tide on Wednesday was expected to bring more flooding to the Long Beach Island area.
It’s taken 27 years to get to this point, according to officials, but the goal is to set aside 550,000 acres for farms in the Garden State.
The new laws give beer makers some of the same privileges enjoyed by wineries in the state.
State labor commissioner Harold Wirths isn’t ready to go as far as his counterparts some other states who have criticized how the Bureau of Labor Statistics is calculating the unemployment rate.
New Jersey health officials are reporting the first death in the state this year of a person from the mosquito-borne West Nile virus.
New Jersey is starting a campaign to remind drivers of a life-saving law too often ignored.
Red light cameras have been a boon for local governments, but they’re under attack in Trenton and Harrisburg.
A New Jersey state senate committee has voted to substantially increase the fines and punishment for drivers who talk and text on a handheld cell phone while driving.
Can you get a third grader to tell you a secret? New Jersey education officials are trying to do just that — on a standardized test.
New Jersey state police say an enhanced effort aimed at illegal gun traffickers is paying off in urban centers across the state.