If you're one of those people who is still talking and/or texting on your hand-held cell phone while driving, you could soon be paying dramatically higher fines and you might lose your driver's license for a while too.
Same-sex couples in New Jersey are happy after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled yesterday that legally married same-sex couples should have the same federal benefits as heterosexual married couples, but how much of a difference will it really make?
Garden State business leaders warn of very bad things to come if voters approve a ballot question this November that would amend the constitution to increase the state's minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $8.25 and then adjust it annually based on the rate of inflation.
While more than 95 percent of Sandy-related insurance claims in New Jersey have been settled and paid, thousands of homeowners have not started rebuilding yet for a variety of reasons, but a new program will offer many of them assistance.
The June edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's reaction to the United States Supreme Court's rulings on gay marriage, a new $780 million federal grant program that begins in July to assist with Sandy relief and what goes into the decision to fly flags at half-s…
After losing one superintendent to a very public corruption scandal and another soon to a health crises, officials of New Jersey's fourth largest school district are hoping to involve residents in the selection of a new superintendent.
When a school bus pulls off to the side of the road, flashes its lights and a stop sign pops out, most New Jersey drivers obey the law and come to a complete stop, but a small number of motorists ignore the warning, swerve around the bus and continue down the road.