Today’s public hearing of Department of Environmental Protection will document drought conditions in more than a dozen north and central New Jersey counties
The latest figures for election spending in New Jersey show major parties have been weakened and special-interest groups continue to increase their influence
Car-service company argues riders are already covered by current $1.5M liability insurance; critics contend there are too many loopholes in coverage
Disconcerting picture emerging from trial is of an administration that is equally ugly, vindictive, and profane
A delegation of NJ legislators will report today on its fact-finding trip to Colorado, where pot is legal. Is the Garden State moving in the same direction?
One advocate suggests that even the term ‘affordable housing’ has negative connotations for many people
U.S. Rep. Donald Payne Jr. seeks a third term with little opposition in a district that is struggling economically
Former Port Authority executive continues to maintain he believed Bridgegate traffic-study cover story
A new program for patients with Crohn’s disease will integrate mental and physical treatments in order to improve health and reduce costs
But even in suburban New Providence some question his ‘Fairness Formula’ to equalize state aid to schools
City misses deadline to submit revised FY2016 budget to state’s Local Finance Board, sparks off exchange of letters between mayor and DCA
At NJ Spotlight on Cities conference, environmental justice session explores how to better serve minority communities, poor urban centers
One woman’s passion for the county’s historic Bayshore led to a restored ship, a museum, an environmental center, and renewed local pride
The Medicare law forbids the government from using its sizeable bargaining power to negotiate drug prices. Lobbying by the drug industry keeps that law in place
One offender, sentenced to several years in an adult prison, said he’s worried about the guards, not the other inmates
Conference on juvenile justice has pilot program in Camden County to keep young offenders in community
Under cross-examination, Baroni admits going after firefighters’ union chief and Sen. Frank Lautenberg
There’s a lot of money sloshing around this season’s Congressional races, adding to the pressure on at least one long-term incumbent
With fewer inpatient beds and inadequate outpatient services, patients often have no other choice but the ER
Proposal would give a two-year extension to five cities while state studies whether another program would be more effective for hard-pressed cities
Hunting opponents argue it increases rather than reduces human-animal conflicts, call instead for better bear management
At the NJ Spotlight on Cities conference, leading politicians agreed ‘we’ve ignored our cities’ and it’s time to make them a priority
Policy holders have chance to examine new options, take advantage of subsidies under Affordable Care Act
A few digital glimpses of the second annual conference, judged a success by participants and attendees — or so they told us. See you next year.
Charters have drained funding from district schools in cities like Newark, leading to separate and unequal systems
‘NJ Spotlight on Cities’ brings early focus to charter schools in 2017 governor’s race
Making smart use of biomass could be a win-win: It can be used a source of power and it prevents methane from being released into the atmosphere
Pinelands activists welcome new data on disturbed sites, but say damage to Wharton State Forest will continue unless detailed map shows which areas are off limits
Speakers say mental health and substance-abuse treatment needs to be combined with physical care
The second annual NJ Spotlight on Cities conference brought together politicians, policymakers, urban architects and advocates
Adjusting to life outside prison can be tough on parolees, but one young man is hopeful
Coverage includes overviews of the state’s Congressional Districts, in-depth reporting on key races, and interactive tools and maps to keep you in the know
Gov. Christie said he asked his chief counsel to check into lane closures on GWB, but counsel said in court the request was never made
Can’t make the conference? Watch a live stream of the keynote conversation and the session on the 2017 gubernatorial race
A municipal judge allowed a citizen’s complaint of official misconduct against the governor to go forward
Residents argue that state can block what they see as a dangerous project by refusing to issue water-quality permits
Supporters say the card would help thousands of undocumented to drive legally, that it would improve road safety, and stimulate the state’s economy
The goal: protect patients from unexpected fees charged by out-of-network doctors and hospitals, while also saving the state money
Some states are successfully using ‘decoupling’ as a way to get power companies to convince customers to use less energy — without taking an economic hit
Poverty is a statewide problem, but almost half of NJ’s poor are living in urban centers
There’s a big disparity in sentencing between the Garden State and New York. New Jersey offenders face more years in prison
My sons have been transformed by their experiences in charter schools. Isn’t that exactly what the NAACP would want?
Malfeasance includes paying benefits to dead woman, as well as to state employee earning $90,000 a year
After deciding against a bid for 2017 Democratic gubernatorial nomination, disgruntled Lesniak says process ‘sucks’
The goal is to extend current law, to cover women who work for small businesses or who are nursing babies older than one year
We teamed up with Rutgers’ Eagleton Poll to find out what New Jersey residents really think of the state’s cities
Phil Murphy seems to have the Democratic gubernatorial nomination sewn up more than a year ahead of the election. What do you think of his early-bird special?
Unlike New Jersey, Germany does not prosecute minors as adults. And, unlike New Jersey, Germany has low recidivism rates among minors
Lawyer says big retailers are being hit with ‘literal blizzard’ of claims from across the United States
Republican Rep. Lance decries as ‘abhorrent’ swastikas spray-painted on challenger Jacob’s house, but Democrat links act to ‘casual racism’ of Trump campaign
Accurate plans and projections, including the effect of climate-changing pollution, can help the state do better dealing with coming sea-level rise
The executive director of the Anti-Poverty Network of New Jersey, Renee Koubiadis wants to do nothing less than solve the problem of poverty
Setting priorities for the Garden State’s beleaguered urban areas at Newark conference this Friday
Although it must be approved by a judge, the decision to try a minor as an adult is at the discretion of the prosecutor
Lawmaker says it’s unacceptable for state to pay out $1.5 million, then refuse to discuss terms of a settlement involving allegations of serious corruption
Tax changes associated with the gas-tax increase expected to help revenue at first — until cuts kick in
Wall St. firm raises fiscal concerns about effect of tax cuts included in bill to replenish Transportation Trust Fund
Large energy companies, utilities increasingly look to transmission to drive profits. Without caps, cost overruns can be passed along to customers
Law enforcement, community activists, and politicians from across state attend, including Newark Mayor Ras Baraka
Can ‘integrated care' deliver on its promise of better patient outcomes and better bottom line?
Taj is fifth casino to close in past two years in hard-pressed gambling resort
By putting a lock on the vote-rich northern counties, the former Goldman Sachs executive has swept aside other contenders — including Senate President Sweeney
Critical questions that our lawmakers should consider — and answer — before voting on the pending TTF legislation
Lawmakers say Medicaid should cover cost of diabetes education and management, also want state to set up sickle cell database
Former secretary of state has more donors and bigger contributions, adding up to six times the total for her Garden State campaign war chest
Democratic leaders demonstrated that control of the party — despite some opinions to the contrary — does not reside in the southern part of the state
Constitutional tool could be key to outlawing ‘barbaric’ practice
In just the latest shock in the trial, a witness testified the governor and a Monmouth County politician traded profanities
Back-of-the-envelope calculations puts natural gas ahead on cost, but company is still weighing options on complex question
Lawmakers delay vote, arguing that process lacks transparency, hits residents who can least afford it hardest at the gas pump
Education chief says easing certification rules for teachers would be five-year pilot program
Up to 44,000 New Jerseyans pay full price for private health insurance when they would be eligible for subsidized policies; 1 million more remain uninsured
Lakewood public school students — black, Latino, and economically disadvantaged — are deprived of their constitutionally guaranteed thorough and efficient of education
Actual removal of thousands of pounds of contaminants will not begin until 2020 and could take six years to complete
Basically the bill to tank up the TTF is the work of just three people. What does that say about how things get done in NJ?
The first arts teacher to win the honor in more than ten years, refugee Argine Safari has found her passion teaching music
Prosecution witness Wildstein testifies that Cuomo and Christie agreed to create ‘traffic report’ that would quash questions about Bridgegate probe
If it’s drug addiction, gay rights, medical marijuana, clean needle exchanges, abortion, and social justice (to name a few), it must be Jay Lassiter
One of the country’s foremost thinkers on urban renewal will take part in conference geared to creating an urban agenda for the Garden State
In 2010, former Hunterdon County prosecutor saw indictment dismissed for what he believed were political reasons
Community leaders, others cite ‘crisis’ in social services, but administration’s data shows fewer people signing up for general assistance and emergency aid
Most of the money goes to staff salaries, but many spend heavily on mail to constituents in an election year
Beach replenishment is expensive and — by some lights — ineffective, since any sand dredged up will ultimately wind up back in the water. Do we stay the course?
In an era of increasing antibiotic resistance, Dr. Bonnie Bassler’s research could revolutionize medicine by encouraging helpful bacteria and inhibiting the spread of pathogens
Amid growing recognition that some students are going hungry, Rutgers-New Brunswick is the latest university in New Jersey to open a food pantry
The state’s libraries still come through with books, but patrons also can access digital media like music and ebooks, as well as share new technologies
Democratic hopeful Josh Gottheimer wants to take the 5th from arch-conservative incumbent Rep. Scott Garrett. He may just be within striking distance
It’s a widespread practice among public employees, retiring from a job and then picking up another position — and pension. Should it be allowed?
Justices must decide whether housing obligations accrued during 15-year gap must be built
Some roads are like the interstate, fast and relatively direct, while others are far more circuitous and can take years to get to the destination
Meanwhile, several alternative have emerged, including a hybrid solution that incorporates cuts to estate and sales taxes
The massive traffic tie-up has been under the media microscope for a long time. Is there anything left to learn?
NJEA has refused to meet, saying unfilled seat on health benefits commission tips balance of power in favor of Christie
Governor’s pick to oversee the state budget defended administration’s TTF position during hearing
Supposedly vital to state and local planning, the blueprint should be updated and published every five years but it’s twenty years since that happened
Newark mayor stressed keeping people in their homes, despite foreclosure, but ‘model neighborhood initiative’ almost silent on this goal
Bill that would regulate and tax websites offering cash prizes has been released by Senate committees but has advanced no further
Beyond the angry words and accusations, it may ultimately be an issue of conservation versus recreation
Allowing bistate commuters to pay income taxes where they live saves money for many in New Jersey, but governor says it’s hurting state’s bottom line
Critics claim that requiring enterprise zones to charge full sales tax will cost them customers, could lead to layoffs and shutdowns
With a stroke of his veto pen, Christie increased penalties for municipalities found to have strayed from best practices on transparency and fiscal accountability
Christie takes credit for the good news and downplays talk of high debt, slow growth, and low reserves
For more than 30 years, Kamal Khan has been providing the rigorous training and support underrepresented students need to get into and succeed in medical school
Meadowlands Hospital's 'birth tourism' raises news questions about for-profit hospitals.
Twenty years after founding Project Re-Direct in Newark to give more opportunities to underserved children, Sharon Berry is adding a high-tech element
Sweeney says voters will be more likely to approve the question once the dispute about transportation funding is resolved
Sweeney continues to tie the amendment to getting a veto-proof majority for his plan to renew the Transportation Trust Fund
Unions score big victory as investment managers decide to scale back allocations by more than half
Sen. Paul Sarlo, head of the Budget and Appropriations Committee, praises Ford Scudder’s openness during this year’s spending debate
Student loans and the high cost of living among reasons many young New Jerseyans live with their parents
Democratic leaders still scrambling to get enough support to override expected vetoes by Gov. Christie
While state’s economy is growing, gains continue to be modest and signals mixed
City and state officials haven’t sorted out details of key bridge loan; Moody’s say default likely if they can’t agree
NJ Senate President Sweeney says officials need to be honest with the public and state workers about the problem
Veteran senator hopes debate over Transportation Trust Fund will boost efforts to tighten business-tax rules
Sweeney and Prieto hope to appeal to legislators from both parties — and maybe even Gov. Christie — or to pick up enough support for an override
The GOP is always talking about its big tent. Is there room for NJ inside it?
Governor and legislators may yet break deadlock over how to fund transportation projects, but voter agreement in November ballot is no slam dunk
Impasse over transport fund has been years in the making, but New Jersey’s politicians face a deadline within days
Change in income-tax withholding rules could help state finances at least a little bit
Heated discussion leaves little room for common ground; former governor says situation may need federal intervention
Cuts to environmental programs have become more the rule than the exception. What’s happened to NJ’s dedication to its air, water, and open spaces?
As head of the NJ Society of Certified Public Accountants, Ralph Albert Thomas is helping his organization take a more active role in State House issues
Millionaires and retired public workers wind up in the win column, but current public workers, businesses, and homeowners rack up a loss
Governor slashes money for preschool, charity care, senior property-tax relief, blames Democrats for being irresponsible
Senate President is searching for a solution — or maybe not — after a last-minute deal between Christie and Prieto to boost transportation funding
Basically, it’s one minute to midnight. Is it still possible to stop the TTF from going bust?
Christie and Assembly leaders sweep away key elements of Senate bill, replace them with 1 percent cut in sales tax
Chris Paladino can’t contemplate retirement when ‘there are a lot of cities to redevelop’
Christie gets up close and personal with Assembly lawmakers, hammers out scheme that swaps gas-tax hike for 1% sales-tax cut -- and jettisons most of bipartisan TTF plan
Proposed federal legislation could help East Orange -- and New Jersey -- see far fewer zombies in the future
Bill adds just $275 million to Christie plan, so budget battles of previous years may not be in the offing, but line-item vetoes are almost certain
Treasury downplays significance of deadlock, indicating issue could be resolved at August meeting of NJ State Investment Council
With only days left to get things done, what do you think is the best way to steer clear of this crisis in the making?
There are strong economic reasons to legalize marijuana, but is it a matter of more than money?
Given the number of folks who showed up at the polls, the primary elections were hardly nail-biters
Incumbents across the Garden State have an easy night of it. New Jersey puts Clinton over the top.
Garden State voters were very good to incumbents, setting them up for spots on November ballot -- and giving Hillary Clinton just what she needed
The price of public education keeps climbing. Are six-figure pay packages for college and university presidents an appropriate payday?
The governor has hit up the fund for more than $1.3 billion over past seven years. What’s another $20 million?
Is there anyone in New Jersey who really doesn’t care if Christie knew about the infamous Fort Lee traffic tie-up?
What’s the chance that ‘The Donald’ will tap Christie as his running mate, and is that what the governor has his eyes on?
Can New Jersey companies afford to offer their employees earned sick leave? Can they afford not to?
A server problem KO’d PARCC testing for a day, but does the offline exam indicate a more serious issue?
Qualifying family of three receives just $424 per month, although other help – such as housing subsidies – is also available
‘Misinformed’ poll worker mistakenly set up separate voting machines for Democrats and Republicans; problem rectified within hour
- State Poised to Issue First Drought Warning in More Than a Decade
- Outside Interest Groups Infiltrate Political Process, Parties Losing Grip
- Protecting Uber Passengers Who Are Injured in an Accident
- Opinion: Bridgegate Testimony Leaves No One Untainted
- Poll: Waiting to Inhale — Is NJ Ready for Recreational Marijuana?
- Shortage of Affordable Housing Explored at NJ Spotlight on Cities
- In 10th District Moderate Payne’s Opponents Are Weak, Broke
- Baroni Ends Time On Witness Stand
- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Launches Integrated Mental-Physical Pilot
- Beleaguered Christie Holds Town Hall in Friendly Territory
- Clock Winds Down On Atlantic City’s Efforts to Deliver Five-Year Plan
- State Not Doing Enough to Protect Poor from Pollution, Advocates Argue
- Profile: The World of Cumberland County’s Bayshore Is Her Oyster
- Why Medicare Part D Pays Too Much for Prescription Medicine
- Minors Who Do Time in New Jersey’s Adult Prisons Must Deal with Intimidation
- Trying Juveniles as Adults Called A ‘Dead End’
- $65 million
- Baroni: Christie Used Me to Punish His Enemies
- Money Shakes Up New Jersey's House Races
- Emergency Rooms Becoming ‘Dumping Ground’ for Psychiatric Patients
- Democratic Lawmakers Hope to Compromise with Christie On Urban Enterprise Zones
- Move Afoot to Ban Bear Hunting in New Jersey
- Imagining a Marshall Plan for Our 'Ignored' Cities
- Explainer: Open Enrollment for State Insurance, Medicare, Obamacare
- NJ Spotlight on Cities: A Quick Recap
- Op-Ed: A Moratorium On New Charter Schools Is A Step For Civil Rights
- Baroni Takes The Stand: Bridgegate Defendant Expresses 'Regret,' Says He Was Duped
- Phil Murphy Hedges on Charter Schools, Says ‘It’s Complicated’
- Converting Food Waste into Fuel for Renewable Energy
- Campaigners Demand Map to Limit Forest Destruction by Off-Road Drivers
- NJ Spotlight on Cities: Healthcare Panelists Call for Integrated Urban Care
- At Day-Long Conference, NJ Spotlight Shines Spotlight on State’s Cities
- Life Outside Prison Is Not Easy for Minors Tried as Adults
- Elections 2016 Keeps You On Top of the Issues, Ahead of the Candidates
- Christie’s Former Counsel Didn’t Check into Bridgegate, Wasn’t Asked
- Catch the Live Stream from the 2nd Annual NJ Spotlight on Cities
- New Attempt to Pin Christie to GWB Scandal Overshadows Bridgegate
- Transco Compressor Project Stirs Critics at Bordentown Meeting
- Push to Grant Driver's License to NJ's Undocumented Residents
- Advocates Want Legislative Leaders to Curb Surprise Medical Bills
- Does Driving Down Energy Use Mean Rethinking Utilities’ Business Model?
- Interactive Map: New Jersey’s Cities Remain Mired in Poverty
- Minors Get Longer Sentences in New Jersey Than in New York
- Op-Ed: Request to the NAACP — No Moratorium on New Charter Schools
- Probe Uncovers Fraud at Program to Help Poor Pay Energy Bills
- Lesniak on Murphy's Endorsements: ‘Wealthiest, Rather Than the Best’
- Seeking Civil Rights Protection for NJ Women Who Breastfeed
- The Data Behind the Discussions at NJ Spotlight on Cities Conference
- Poll: The Murphy Lockdown — Terrific or Troubling?
- Young in Prison: Is Germany's Way Better Than NJ’s?
- Online Shoppers Using 35-year-old NJ Consumer Law Against Websites
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- Hate Crime Heightens Tensions in Already Divisive 7th District
- Making Sure Sea-Level Rise Doesn’t Swamp New Jersey
- Profile: Growing Up in Poverty Has Helped Shape Her Choice of Career
- NJ Spotlight on Cities: Do We Have a Shared Urban Agenda?
- Most Minors Tried as Adults in NJ Are Black or Latino
- Bridgegate Day 15: Another Bombshell, Another Lie to The Press, And Some More Cursing
- New Scrutiny for Whistleblower Case
- First Quarter FY2017 Tax Collection Could Be Harbinger of Budget Year
- Moody’s Issues ‘Credit Negative’ in Response to Passage of TTF Legislation
- State Urges Federal Agency to Impose Cost Caps on Transmission Projects
- U.S. Attorney General Lynch Convenes Policing Conference in Newark
- NJ Spotlight on Cities: How Garden State Can Achieve ‘Integrated’ Healthcare
- Trump Taj Mahal Shuts Down After 26 Years in Atlantic City
- $1.9 million
- The Christie Tracker Podcast: The Bridgegate Trial – Week 4
- Murphy’s Move: Outsider to Likely Democratic Candidate for Governor
- Opinion: Memorandum on the Transportation Trust Fund Bill
- Fighting Diabetes and Sickle Cell Disease in NJ with Information
- Interactive Map: Clinton Far Outpaces Trump in New Jersey Fundraising
- Opinion: Murphy’s North Jersey Lockdown — Show of Power for Party Chairs
- Lawmakers Want Fish and Game Council to Ban Foothold Traps — Again
- Bridgegate: Gov. Christie’s Filthy Mouth
- PSEG Takes Two Coal Plants Out of Service, Is Gas Obvious Alternative?
- TTF Legislation Hits Small Pothole on Way to Final Approval
- Christie Proposes Giving Top-Performing Charter Schools New Flexibility
- Tens of Thousands of NJ Residents Missing Out on Obamacare Savings
- Opinion: Lakewood’s Ultra-Orthodox Day Schools, ‘Tyranny of the Many’
- Occidental to Pay $165 million Toward EPA’s Cleanup of Passaic River Pollution
- Poll: Who Put Together the TTF Fix? Who Runs New Jersey?
- NJ’s Teacher of the Year: From Armenia to Pascack Valley High
- New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Accused of Stalling Bridgegate Probe
- Profile: Seriously Passionate About Progressive Causes
- NJ Spotlight on Cities: ‘Reimagining’ Our Urban Centers
- State Settles $1.5 Million Whistleblower Suit for Plaintiff
- Advocates Clash with Administration Over Number of Poor in New Jersey
- Interactive Map: How NJ Congressional Reps Spend Their Expense Allowances
- Poll: Beach Replenishment — Saving the Shore, Hurting the Environment?
- Profile: A Pioneer Who’s Investigating How Bacteria Communicate
- As More NJ Students Go Hungry, More Colleges Open Food Pantries
- Explainer: How NJ’s Public Libraries Are Faring in the Information Age
- Money, Accusations, Attacks — The Race for the 5th District Is Just Heating Up
- Poll: Double Dipping for Public Employees: Damned If They Do?
- Progress Slow On Affordable Housing, Towns Wait for NJ Top Court
- Explainer: A Multitude of Paths for Legal Immigration to the United States
- Too Soon to Talk TTF Compromise, but if Christie Budges Will Sweeney Follow?
- Poll: Do You Expect Any Surprises to Come Out of the Bridgegate Trial?
- Consent Order Brings Teachers, Administration to Benefits Table
- Judiciary Panel Votes to Send Christie's Treasury Nominee to Full Senate
- Explainer: The Mystery of New Jersey’s Statewide Water Supply Plan
- Baraka’s Vision for Newark’s West Ward Unrealized in Development Plan
- Fine Print: NJ Fantasy Football Players Face No Changes as NFL Season Begins
- Poll: Room in the Pinelands for Conservationists and ATVs?
- Christie Triggers Potential End to Income Tax Agreement With Pennsylvania
- Christie’s Conditional Veto Could End Tax Break for Urban Enterprise Zones
- Local Governments in NJ: Big Cuts in Aid, Small Change In State Budget
- No Credit Downgrade for NJ, Although Ratings Agencies Say Budget Problems Linger
- Profile: Helping Black and Hispanic Students Make a Career in Medicine
- Poll: For-Profit Hospitals in New Jersey -- For Or Against?
- Profile: Giving More to Children in Struggling Newark Neighborhoods
- Senate President’s Failure to Act On Pension Amendment Enrages Public Unions
- Guaranteed Funding for State Pensions Probably Won't Make Ballot
- Public-Employee Pension System Won’t Invest So Heavily in Hedge Funds
- Acting State Treasurer Gets High-Level Democratic Support for Confirmation
- State's Millennials Put Off Ownership of Their Own Homes for Good Reasons
- New Jersey Senate May Delay Votes on Gas-Tax Hike, Pension Amendment
- Personal Income in NJ up Almost 3%, Trailing Pennsylvania, New York
- Default on Debt Payment Looms Again for Financially Troubled Atlantic City
- How Can New Jersey, Other States Rescue Underfunded Pension Systems?
- Stopping NJ Companies from Shifting Revenue to States with Lower Business Taxes
- Democratic Leaders Unite On New Tax-Cut Plan to Balance Gas-Tax Hike
- Poll: Is the National Republican Party Too Right for the Garden State?
- Explainer: Constitutional Amendment Would Lock in Gas-Tax Revenue for TTF
- Why Christie, Sweeney, and Others Agree on 23-Cent/Gallon Gas-Tax Hike
- New Jersey Starts Collecting More Tax Upfront from Lottery Winners
- At NJ Spotlight Roundtable, Competing Visions of How to Fix Public-Pension System
- Poll: Is the Garden State Still Committed to Being ‘Green’?
- Profile: Doing Much More Than Just Making Sure the Numbers Add Up
- Who Wins, Who Loses After Christie Wields His Line-Item Veto Pen?
- Christie Line-Item Vetoes Even Modest Adds Democrats Made to Budget Plan
- How Will Sweeney Deal with Christie and Prieto’s Late-Night TTF Surprise?
- Poll: Quick! Pick a Plan to Refuel the Transportation Trust Fund
- Fine Print: Transportation Funding Puts Sales Tax-Cut Under Microscope
- Profile: Nonprofit Developer Turns His Attention to Atlantic City
- Budget Bill Sails Through, but Christie Brokers New Plan to Revive TTF
- Sen. Menendez Takes On ‘Zombie Foreclosures’
- Democratic Budget Bill: More for Social Programs, No Major Tax Hikes
- Hedge-Fund Dispute Stalls 2017 Investment Plan For Public Pension System
- Poll: Time for Compromise On Transportation Fund, Gas Tax?
- Poll: Would the Garden State Be Greener If We Legalized Grass?
- Poll: Did Surprising Voter Turnout Add up to Any Other Primary Surprises?
- NJ By the Numbers: Final Results for All Races, Presidential Primaries
- Overview: Incumbents Take All Races Across NJ, Clinton Clinches Nomination
- Poll: Are We Overpaying the Presidents of NJ’s Public Colleges, Universities?
- Poll: Should Christie Raid Clean Energy Fund (Again) to Help Solve Latest Shortfall?
- Poll: Naming Bridgegate’s Unindicted Co-Conspirators -- Go for It or Get Over It?
- Poll: Does Trump’s ‘Triumph’ Mean Christie’s Battered Star Is in the Ascendant?
- Poll: Earned Sick Leave, Good for Employees but Bad for Business?
- Poll: Does PARCC Glitch Mean It’s Time to Take Another Look at Online Test?
- Explainer: NJ’s Welfare Programs Pay Well Below Federal Poverty Level
- Election 2015
- In Wake of Dems' Assembly Wins, Questions About Next Two Years for Gov. Christie
- The Results Are in for New Jersey's 2015 Assembly Races
- Three Closely-Contested Assembly Races Top Ballot in Statewide Election Today
- In Cash-Strapped District 1, Big Money Seems to Be Making Little Difference
- Will Democrats Continue Dominance in Three Essex County Districts?
- Flap Over GOP Candidate’s Book Throws 38th District Contest Into Turmoil
- GOP Ticket Appears Poised to Coast to Victory in 24th District Contest
- Big Money, Split Parties Make District 2 Assembly Race the One to Keep an Eye On
- Democrats Hope to Score Rare Victory Over GOP Incumbents in 16th District
- Newcomers Challenge Longtime GOP Control in Districts 30, 12 and 10
- Seventh District Democratic Incumbents Focus on Jobs, Healthcare, Property Taxes
- With Democrats Dominating 18th, Talk Turns to Republican Hopeful's Tweets
- Newcomers Face-Off in Incumbent-Free Race for Assembly’s 5th District
- Incumbent Democrats Seek to Hold Onto 34th, 36th and 37th Assembly Seats
- Democrats in 40th District Face Campaign Cash Gap, History of Republican Wins
- Democrats Look to Have Easy Paths to Victory in Union County Contests
- Two Incumbent Democrats Face GOP and Green Party Slates in 14th District
- Buoyed by Bigger Registered-Voter Base, Democrats in 11th District Hope for Upset
- Assembly Races in Hudson County Replete With Candidates, Spirited Debate
- Interactive Map: Campaign Fundraising Heaviest in Most Hotly Contested Districts