Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Marlene Caride, Gabriela Mosquera, Nancy Pinkin and Paul Moriarty to help law enforcement better coordinate efforts to combat the state’s growing opioid epidemic has received final legislative approval and now heads to the governor’s desk.
The General Assembly recently approved legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Tim Eustace to help the New Jersey Lottery save money in the face of revenue shortfalls that have threatened funding for many worthwhile state programs.
New Jerseyans who shop for kosher foods in preparation for Passover can rest assured that the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs requires supermarkets, delis, and other businesses to live up to their promises when selling foods that are represented as being kosher.
Assembly Budget Committee Chairman Gary S. Schaer (D-Passaic) issued a video on Monday in which he discusses issue areas of concern for the committee at the start of the FY 2016 Budget deliberations.
New Jersey Health Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that funds research and innovation projects in the state of New Jersey, has committed $1 million to its next round of grant funding, announced James M. Golubieski, president.
On Sunday April 26, 2015 at Darlington Park in Mahwah, New Jersey, John Colaneri of HGTV’s Kitchen Cousins and America's Most Desperate Kitchens will join with hundreds of families and business leaders in the March of Dimes annual March for Babies
New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez is vowing to stay in office even if he is hit with criminal charges, and has no plans to leave before his term ends in January 2019. On Friday, Greater Bergen Community Action, an anti-poverty group, honored Menendez with an award for a lifetime of public service.
Fans seeing Argentina play Ecuador in a friendly soccer match Tuesday at MetLife Stadium can take the train.
Denise D'Agostino, the former director of St. Mary's Cemetery in Saddle Brook, was identified as the victim of a fatal fire Sunday night on River Drive
PSE&G is investigating the temporary blackout, which appeared to be caused by a disconnected, cable which caused 3,912 customers in Hackensack to lose power on Sunday, a company spokesperson said.
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