Wells Fargo Customers: Part of $575M Settlement May Be Yours
New Jersey's share of the settlement will be $17 million.
NJ’s Minimum Wage Goes Up Jan. 1; Murphy and Dems Want More
New Jersey's minimum wage is going up on Jan. 1 — but not nearly as much as Gov. Phil Murphy and some legislators hope to see it rise over the next several years.
Obamacare-style Individual Mandate is Back Jan. 1 — in NJ
Congress did away with the requirement. New Jersey brought it back.
What Rutgers Will and Won’t Do About Illegal Immigrant Students
Rutgers University newly said this week it will "steadfastly protect the privacy of all our students" -- even those in the country illegally.
Trenton Marks 228 Years as New Jersey’s Capital
Before the city was the state capital it was the site of meetings of the Hunterdon County freeholders. It was not even designated as a city at the time.
Looks Like NJ Just OK’d $500M for Schools — No One Knows Which Ones
Voters have appeared to approve $500 million for new school construction projects — but won't know yet where that money is going.
Van Drew Defeats Grossman: GOPer Called Islam ‘Cancer’ & Diversity ‘Crap’ — Voters Gave Se…
Van Drew's campaign, in a statement released just after his win, said the "tremendous victory underscores Jeff Van Drew’s broad appeal across South Jersey and his compelling message to take on the divisions gripping Capitol Hill.”
Democrat Bob Menendez Wins NJ Senate Seat — Hugin Concedes
Incumbent Democrat Bob Menendez has been elected to a third term, the Associated Press projects.
Finding the Best Hiking Spots to See NJ’s Fall Foliage
The peak of the fall foliage is expected to be in the middle of October and there are trails all over the state for hikers of all skill levels.
Gunman Had Ammo Stash in Sayreville Strip Club and Keyport Home, Cops Say
Kevin Smith was seen entering a gentleman's club wearing a bullet proof vest and helmet on Tuesday. He was also found with weapons and ammunition.