Senate president says Murphy is his guy, despite a previous interest in running for governor.
The governor says the $250 million deal will replace old buildings, offer new dining options and renovated restrooms.
The Republican candidate for governor declined to criticize a state assemblyman for his controversial Facebook post.
Flanked by Republican legislative leaders, Guadagno talked property tax relief and addressed a variety of topics.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy promises better relations with teachers and public employee unions.
At a Rutgers lab, scientists are experimenting with CRISPR, a gene editing technology.
Christie's Port Authority chairman pick has support, even from top Democrats.
Legendary high school basketball coach Bob Hurley spoke about his 50 years at St. Anthony and what his plans are for life after coaching.
The current price tag for the Gateway Project is $12.9 billion, over $5 billion more than estimates a year ago.
Mega retailer opens fulfillment center in Robbinsville, creating job opportunities.
Residents push back on amendments to city’s master plan.
Senator looks to make bipartisan agreement to help JBMDL land new fleet of KC-46 refueling tankers.
On his monthly radio show, Gov. Christie reacts to beach memes and Trump’s tweets.
Voters will decide whether or not the state should borrow $125 million for capital improvements to libraries.
Amtrak says Penn Station track work is on or ahead of schedule.