Maplewood cop with traditional African hairstyle sues for hair discrimination

BY: - November 9, 2023

A Black police officer said Maplewood violated the state's anti-discrimination law by disciplining her last summer for her African hairstyle.

NJ Transit gets $241M for train storage, Newark Penn improvements

BY: - November 6, 2023

The Gateway project secured federal funding commitments last week, but federal aid still flows to New Jersey railways, train stations.

Judge halts spending of group boosting third-party candidates in South Jersey

BY: - November 3, 2023

Jersey Freedom, an independent expenditure group Republicans say is Democratic maneuvering, ordered to stop spending and correct filings.

More than 23,000 New Jerseyans cast early in-person votes this weekend

BY: - October 30, 2023

23,710 residents cast votes at early polling stations on Saturday and Sunday. Seven days remain in the state's early voting period.

Governor, Tammy Murphy report lowest income since he took office in 2018

BY: - October 27, 2023

A stock market downturn in 2022 drove the first couple's capital gains income into the negatives, bringing their earnings to their lowest in years.

Early in-person voting in New Jersey begins Saturday

BY: - October 27, 2023

Residents can cast early in-person ballots for this year's general election at any early polling station in their county until Nov. 5.

Governor Murphy rejects agency budget with Turnpike, Parkway toll hikes

BY: - October 26, 2023

Gov. Murphy announced the decision after the Legislature’s top Democrats asked him to intervene to halt the toll increases, which were set to take effect in January.

Senator Menendez says he’s still not guilty in second arraignment on corruption charges

BY: - October 23, 2023

Sen. Bob Menendez pleaded not guilty Monday in Manhattan on a superseding indictment accusing him of acting as a foreign agent for Egypt.

New Jersey law will require suicide prevention training for college faculty, staff

BY: - October 19, 2023

Lt. Gov. Tahesha Way signed a bill Thursday requiring college faculty, staff, and residential assistants to be trained to spot signs of depression.

New Jersey will spend $25M to expand free, full-day preschool by January

BY: - October 18, 2023

Twenty-six school districts in 13 counties will get almost $25 million to expand all-day preschool, Acting Gov. Tahesha Way announced.

Deadline is Tuesday to register to vote in New Jersey legislative races

BY: - October 16, 2023

New Jerseyans who want to vote in this year's legislative races must be registered to vote by Tuesday.

N.J. corrections official at center of corruption probe demoted after DUI arrest

BY: - October 12, 2023

A deputy commissioner in the state Department of Corrections has been demoted and suspended without pay after getting charged in a DUI crash.