The decision allows the county to bypass many civil service rules for a year to get the force up and running.
A program that benefits at risk children in and around Trenton got a shot in the arm this week from a former mayor.
Trenton police say two men and two women were “hanging out” on the porch of a city home when two people walked up to them just before 3 a.m. Saturday and started shooting.
In addition, 14 staffers previously demoted are being restored to supervisory positions.
Twenty-five year veteran sergeant Nadir Nassry is said to have recruited trooper Joseph Ventrella for the escort of luxury vehicles that, at times, exceeded 100 miles per hour on the Garden State Parkway.
Despite lower than expected revenues, Governor Chris Christie wants taxes cut, and says he won’t sign a budget without one.
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’s state comptroller has reviewed the inner operations of the Delaware River Port Authority, saying his office has found a pattern of waste and mismanagement that cost the bi-state agency millions of dollars over a number of years.
The state assembly is ready to take a full vote on the plan as soon as next week.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie is sticking to his guns on the issue of same-sex marriage, but wonders why its proponents are sticking to theirs.
It’s a $124-million-per-year, state and federally funded program that provides assistance for low-income families in need of child care.
Just hours before a new legislature was taking office Tuesday in New Jersey, state legislators wrapped up the old session by approving a long list of proposals that are now subject to action by the governor.
The plan, submitted last week to the New Jersey Civil Service Commission, calls for the layoff of 108 police officers and supervisors which, when paired with 42 job cuts in other departments, will save the city about $5½ million.
Officials at New Jersey Transit have approved the second half of a federally funded project that will, when complete, link the popular River Line light rail service with the not-so-popular Atlantic City-to-Philadelphia rail line.
Democratic state senators, needing some Republican support to override the governor’s vetoes, got none.
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