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Photos show NJ congressman cleaning up mess left by MAGA riot
After a mob had sent federal lawmakers and their staff into hiding, one of New Jersey's congressmen was seen helping to pick up the pieces.
Christie, NJ congressmen discuss forcibly removing Trump from office
The violent and deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters on Wednesday sparked calls for the immediate removal of the president from office, even with his last day in office just two weeks away.
Where NJ’s biggest winning lottery tickets were sold in 2020
For some, 2020 was a very good year.
Check your bank account! Some in NJ already got the latest stimulus
Had a rough New Year's Eve? Take a look at your online bank account for a little pick-me-up.
Joe Clark, Paterson’s tough-love principal behind ‘Lean on Me,’ dies at 82
Joe Louis Clark, the New Jersey high school principal who was the inspiration for the Morgan Freeman role in the 1989 movie "Lean on Me" died on Tuesday. He was 82.
NJ towns that got the most snow in the first big storm of the season
New Jersey didn't do too badly during the first nor'easter snow storm of this winter season.
NJ ready to start distributing COVID-19 vaccine next week
Doses of the COVID-19 vaccine could become available in New Jersey as soon as early next week state Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said Friday.
Spread cheer, not COVID — NJ guidelines for safer holiday celebrations
Season's greetings this year will come with the added reminders to wash your hands, keep your distance and wear a mask.
GOP lawmakers call for immediate $300M in COVID aid for NJ businesses
Republican lawmakers on Saturday called for special state Senate and Assembly sessions before Thanksgiving to approve $300 million in emergency aid for small businesses and nonprofits affected by the pandemic.
Stop worrying: Your ballot was probably counted despite what NJ website says
New Jersey's mail-in ballot tracking website is leaving some voters confused and worried whether their ballot has been counted.
Not so fast! NJ voters have spoken but marijuana is still illegal
Be careful about lighting up just yet.
UPDATE: Chris Christie hospitalized after getting coronavirus
Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday afternoon checked himself into Morristown Medical Center, saying he was taking precautions because of his coronavirus diagnosis.