Democrats, Republicans unite on constitutional amendment requiring judges to pay more for pensions, health benefits
After more than a decade wrangling over one of the state's most historic houses, all parties involved admit they can't work together.
On paper, it was a no-brainer. The Vineland Developmental Center should be the next large institution closed as part of New Jersey’s strategy to move ...
Council letter offers simple choice: counter the state's claim or submit a check.
Once nearly wiped out by pesticides, the majestic bird is making a comeback.
After years of bureaucratic delays, the first medical marijuana dispensary could open its doors in the Garden State within a month.
Supreme Court ruling exempts judges from higher pension and health benefit payments pushed through by Christie and Sweeney.
Strident hearing on halfway houses raises questions about security, management, staff, and even effectiveness.
The number of fatalities per 100 miles of roadway in 2011. Click on a county to see more accident statistics. Source: NJ Spotlight analysis of ...
Food pantries and community kitchens are increasingly common in Jersey's cities and suburbs -- and most can't keep up with demand.