Governor Christie has announced his top five priorities for the rest of this year - getting a tax cut for state residents, abolishing sick leave payouts, expanding shared services, banning municipal user fees and passing ethics reform.
Governor Christie still is not saying for sure whether he'll seek a second term, but during his latest town hall meeting in West Milford, he seemed to be in "campaign" mode, as he reviewed his accomplishments, and talked about his vision for the future.
Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death among teenagers in the United States. It's with that startling statistic in mind that the Division of Highway Traffic Safety is helping raise awareness, during National Teen Driver Safety Week (Oct. 14 to 20), of the tremendous risks teens…
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority was supposed to come up with a system a couple of years ago to clean hazardous snow and ice from the tops of trucks traveling the toll toads, but so far, nothing has happened.
State Senate President Steve Sweeney says he's been told by Governor Chris Christie that he will not support an increase in the state's minimum wage if annual adjustments are tied to the rate of inflation.