- »Found Money: Officials Argue About Budget Windfall
Democrats and Republicans clash over how much income tax revenue will be generated by the Garden State's millionaires -- and how to spend it.
- »Op-Ed: Words from Tibet for a More Peaceful Newark
The Dali Lama tells Newark officials the widening gap between rich and poor must be addressed.
- »Another No-Show for Much-Delayed Energy Master Plan
Japanese nuclear disaster, struggles to build in-state power plants, are likely behind the latest setback.
- »Fine Print: T&E – A Primer for School Improvement in New Jersey (1976)
A Colonial primer helps introduce the concept of "thorough and efficient" to local communities.
- »Number of the Day: 7
Chalk up another seven in the category of New Jersey’s dubious distinctions, since the Washington, D.C., Tax Foundation recently ranked the top ten localities that pay the highest property taxes -- and they include seven Garden State counties. Indeed, Hunterdon County, with a median property tax of $8,216, was ranked first