State employees in N.J. can work partly from home. We need them back, Trenton mayor says.
The hybrid schedule is hurting local businesses, the mayor says.
Civil, divorce trials suspended in 6 N.J. counties because of judge shortage
The chief justice of the state Supreme Court called on leaders to fill the vacancies.
Atlantic City casinos to gun holders: Leave your firearms at home
The decision was met with outrage from Second Amendment advocates who challenged the new law in court.
N.J. flags to fly at half-staff in honor of slain Sayreville councilwoman
Gov. Phil Murphy issued the order in honor of Eunice Dwumfour, who was shot to death last week.
Thousands of temp workers in N.J. will get new rights under law Murphy just signed
The legislation was years in the making and is considered the strongest of its kind in the U.S.
The real reasons Murphy flipped on charter schools | Moran
Suddenly, after six years as a sturdy opponent, Murphy is supporting charter school expansions. It's a political calculus.
Humanitarian worker from N.J. killed in Ukraine is remembered for ‘his selflessness’
Pete Reed, 33, got his start in humanitarian work during Superstorm Sandy.
N.J. to allow special events on preserved farmland under law Murphy just signed
Supporters say this will provide new revenue streams for some farmers in New Jersey. But some residents are concerned about the implications of the law.
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Killing of N.J. councilwoman likely not politically motivated, Murphy says
Gov. Phil Murphy, speaking during a radio interview, didn’t provide any additional details about Councilwoman’s Eunice Dwumfour death.
E-ZPass will have to check customer accounts before issuing violations under new N.J. law
Toll agencies in New Jersey will have to check to ensure a driver has an E-ZPass account first before issuing a toll violation under a new law.
N.J. temporary workers could soon get new rights as lawmakers pass long-delayed bill
“Justice has come to the hundreds of thousands of essential temp workers," one advocate said as the measure passed despite strong opposition from temp agencies and business groups.