Demand for medical marijuana is exceeding supply, causing shortages and keeping prices among the highest in the state.
Supporters of Gov. Phil Murphy's millionaire's tax rallied in its favor Monday, even as political momentum for the proposal continues to slow in Trenton.
No current high school students will have to pass the PARCC exam to graduate.
State health officials are calling for massive overhauls at nursing facilities following the death of 11 children from a viral outbreak at the Wanaque center ...
New Jersey regulators have denied key permits for a hotly contested pipeline project that would carry natural gas from Pennsylvania to New York, but they're ...
Advocates argue expanding driver’s license access would increase highway safety and allow unauthorized immigrants to participate more fully in the state economy.
New Jersey property tax payers would get a $125 refundable credit on their income taxes under a proposal that also calls for higher rates on ...
The war over tax incentives in the city of Camden is heading to court.
New Jersey is joining a lawsuit against a new federal rule letting health care clinicians object to providing services that conflict with their moral or ...
From May 20 to June 2, police will enforce a zero-tolerance policy on safety belt laws to encourage drivers and passengers to buckle up.
Audible has expanded its Newark headquarters to an abandoned church that began serving congregants 50 years before the Civil War.
The U.S. Solicitor General's office has recommended that the U.S. Supreme Court not hear the appeal of two convicted defendants in the "Bridgegate" case.
Newark has renamed a major thoroughfare in memory of one of its most iconic figures.
The suit calls the companies' alleged actions "one of the most egregious and damaging price-fixing conspiracies in the history of the United States."
Trains are running again in Atlantic City and Princeton.
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