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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says now is "not a time for political retribution" against the people of Oklahoma victimized by a powerful tornado.
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Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver wrote to Gov. Chris Christie that not releasing information about the application process "is as bewildering as it is unacceptable." TRENTON - With controversy continuing to swirl around its list of proposed college construction grants, Christie administration officials are refusing to release copies of applications ... (more)
The likely Democratic candidate for governor accused incumbent Chris Christie on Monday of supporting "shallow" gun control legislation in order to avoid alienating conservatives elsewhere in the country.
Anthony Davis, city council president of Paterson, introduced Gov. Chris Christie during a campaign stop at D'Classico Restaurant before a crowd of about 100 supporters Tuesday afternoon in Paterson.
Governor Chris Christie speaks at the New Jersey Law Enforcement Memorial Service honoring men and women killed in the line of service at the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, N.J. on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
TRENTON - A new battle of the budget erupted today as Gov. Chris Christie once again had some choice words for the state's top legislative budget officer for predicting that his administration's latest revenue projections will fall short by about $800 million.
The boardwalks are back, and so are most of the beaches, even if some are a little thinner this year.
Yes, they were here to show off the rebuilt boardwalk in this picturesque seaside town, with its touching buy-a-board messages such as "This too shall pass" etched into the compressed pine planks.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver is shown in this file photo. The Assembly today sent Gov.
Two year old Vivian Wilson in her Scotch Plains home. Vivian suffers from a severe seizure disorder and is a registered medical marijuana patient.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and his family are starring in television commercials that are part of a publicly funded $25 million tourism campaign to encourage people to visit the Jersey Shore after Superstorm Sandy, but Democrats say they are simply taxpayer-funded campaign ads.
Those working to preserve Morris County history had something to be proud of last week when the state recognized two county preservation projects currently underway.
Walter Kucharski, 71, of South River, waits for the next Middlesex County Area Transit Shuttle at Brunswick Square Mall.
Major roadwork on the Route 35 reconstruction project in Ocean County will be put off until after Labor Day, but there will be plenty of contractor trucks along with the usual tourist traffic this summer near the Shore.
Former Gov. Christie Todd Whitman urged attendees at the Bergen County Women's Republican Club's 90th anniversary celebration Wednesday to vote for minorities, women and Gov.