Does it feel as if it takes hours to get to work? NJ Spotlight maps out average travel times statewide.
Proponents of unpasteurized milk products claim health benefits and consumer rights, while opponents warn about salmonella and other milk-borne diseases.
Gov. Christie argues that local taxpayers can't afford to let public employees rack up unused days off and cash them in when they retire.
Ambitious $1.5 billion tax credit program hopes to attract development, jobs, and pedestrians to downtown mass transit centers.
Democrats are behind a bill that would reverse the administration's decision to stop funding UEZs.
The party convention is a process for filling vacated Assembly seats -- without the uncertainty of an election.
When it comes to off-year legislative elections in the Garden State, all politics are local.
In theory, outsourcing public services should save the state millions, but some ill-considered initiatives have ended up costing that much.
Time and money, two decidedly low-tech challenges, could well be the biggest obstacles facing technology-enabled education in New Jersey.
A few New Jersey school districts are building tomorrow's classrooms today, but for many, 20th century challenges are still the rule.