Embattled Trenton Mayor Tony Mack will begin what many contend will be the fight of his political life
As expected, earlier this week, the state Senate approved a bill that allows New Jersey residents who were brought to the Garden State illegally as children to pay in-state tuition fees to attend colleges, officials announced in Trenton.
In New Jersey officials this week announced that the Garden State’s third medical marijuana facility is slated to open next month New Jersey, medical marijuana, weed, pot, Woodbridge, Egg Harbor Township, Montclair, Greenleaf Compassion Center, marijuana, Chris Christie, Jon Corzine,
Former Newark City Council President Luis Quintana was sworn in as the first Hispanic mayor of the Brick City at a ceremony Tuesday afternoon. The ceremonial oath of office was administered by state Sen. Richard Codey.
In an effort to highlight the importance of the Black dollar, last week, the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ) initiated a boycott of the newly reopened Trenton Mercer Airport. Frontier Airlines, the largest carrier at the airport, has dismissed efforts by the AACCNJ to align itself with the organization.
Christie garnered a whopping 60 percent of the vote
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver is getting the boot
With less than a week until Election Day, Gov. Chris Christie is all but guaranteed to be re-elected
New Jersey Democratic Rep. Frank Pallone called the proceedings a “monkey court."
Rarely one to back down from a fight, on Monday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Monday officially withdrew his request for an injunction against a court ruling that allows same-sex marriages across New Jersey, administration officials announced in Trenton. The governor had asked a state Supreme Court to postpone gay marriages until after the court reviewed the appeal.