The New Jersey Lottery Million Dollar Replay program turns losing Instant New Jersey lottery tickets into big bucks.
All three Cabinet nominees passed unanimously Thursday and will now go for a vote before the full Senate, but other Murphy cabinet picks could face ...
It'll be a long night for snow crews, and an even longer dig out for Jersey City.
Sweeney says the state can count on $2.9 billion from the federal government though a tax on C corporations.
Advocates are offering an action plan to protect New Jersey's children, especially those in low-income communities, from the dangerous hazards of lead poisoning and exposure.
Every weekday morning, nearly 268,000 New Jersey students start their day with a free breakfast.
Panelists called for an infant bill of rights, advanced wrap-around services in communities and legislation to even the economic playing field.
If a rising tide lifts all boats, then some would argue Camden’s fleet is getting ready to sail.
Murphy renewed the higher education pledge he made during his campaign: free tuition at every community college throughout all 21 counties in the state.
A bill that would protect patients from surprise out-of-pocket medical expenses got a hearing, but the controversial nuclear subsidy bill was pulled from consideration.
Roughly 44 million women are affected by cardiovascular disease in the U.S., killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds.
Progressive agenda items were at the top of the list during Thursday's Assembly committee hearings.
Code enforcement officers sweep the streets of East Orange, knocking on doors as a warnings to clean up littered properties.
The New Jersey Cannabis Symposium gathered to discuss the future of adult-use cannabis industry in the Garden State.
Latino leaders across the state came together to lambast the DOJ for claiming Sen. Menendez's defense team was "racializing" the trial.