Jersey Shore News
Gov. Christie said he was not going to "jump any announcements by the President of the United States" but said opioid addiction is an issue he and President Trump have frequently discussed.
A State Appellate Court consisting of three judges will hear appeals from residents along the Ocean County coastline whose oceanfront properties were seized via eminent domain by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
Periods of rain are expected most of the day Tuesday across the Garden State, before we can enjoy a couple of pleasant Spring days.
A Neptune man is facing charges for getting the pain medicine known as Tramadol by using phony prescriptions.
A new Fairleigh Dickinson/Public Mind Poll shows Jersey voters dissatisfied with the governor and Trenton in general
There's been only one municipal merger in the decade since a new state law encouraging consolidation. A bill aims to tweak the effort further.
It was a nerve-wrecking winter — one that included the warmest February on record in New Jersey — at Melick's Town Farm in Oldwick, where their peach trees trees were getting tricked into thinking it was the peak of spring.
Gov. Chris Christie hasn’t taken a position on a high-voltage transmission line proposed for Monmouth County but said a balance must be struck to upgrade system reliability.
Gov. Chris Christie believes President Donald Trump will be able to do what President Barack Obama did not: secure the extradition of a notorious escaped convict.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday said sanctuary cities risk losing grants that already have been awarded.