New Jersey voters tip 50 - 47 percent toward increasing the gas tax to finance road improvements and mass transit, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. This compares to a 62 - 37 percent opposition in a January 21 survey by the independent Quinnipiac University and it is the first time ever that support for a gas tax hike edges past opposition.
The New Jersey Department of Education will award six county vocational school district in the state a total of $3 million through the County Vocational School District Partnership Grant program.
Around New Jersey several school districts will hold elections today for school board members and school funding questions. They are the last hold-outs from a massive wave of school districts that switched to November school board elections after a 2012 law allowed the change. Nearly half of those school districts are in Bergen County...
The computer system - known as CASS (Consolidated Assistance Support System) - was intended to streamline services and make enrolling in and managing programs such as SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), Medicaid, NJ FamilyCare, and Work First New Jersey more efficient.
Acting Governor Kim Guadagno continued the Administration’s commemoration of April as Autism Awareness Month by addressing the 2nd Annual Transition Conference hosted by Autism New Jersey. According to the CDC, autism is estimated to impact 1 in 45 children in New Jersey.
A plan to build a gym and pharmacy at the site of the Napp Technologies chemical plant would end a 20-year cleanup after a deadly explosion
Two more dens found near school in Bergen community
Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto announced on Monday that both houses of the New Jersey Legislature will officially inform the Court of its disapproval of the Christie Administration’s refusal to make the pension payments required by law.
New Jersey Gov. Christopher Christie was aware of Bridgegate, the George Washington Bridge traffic jam, Garden State voters say 53 - 38 percent in a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-Hudson/Bergen) released the following s statement Monday on NJ Transit’s plans to increase fares and curtail services:
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