Emergency food assistance expected to stay at record levels for some time
Legislation is meant to mesh with Murphy administration’s push to conserve water, electricity. Advocates argue it would also help cut pollution in low-income communities
TV meteorologist says he’s given up long-range forecasts because weather is now too wild and unpredictable
I spent much of my law career fighting nuclear proliferation in New Jersey. But the ongoing reliance on fossil fuels puts our state, our country ...
The Facebook group called “Northern New Jersey Covid Vaccine Angels” is a place where people can sign up to get help securing a vaccine appointment.
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COVID-19 has brought on disproportionate hardships for the LGBTQ+ community as they face discrimination, unemployment and mental health challenges.
Reforms and widely available shots have cut death rate more than 95%, but systemic problems still to be solved
Gov. Phil Murphy had less than two weeks to act with more than $700 million in overdue bills pending
With workers and businesses slammed, calls for more government aid to ‘supercharge’ the economy
Disparities in vaccine distribution in Black and white communities are just one reason communities of color are more comfortable keeping children home
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Attorney General Gurbir Grewal's mandate to publicize the identities of police officers with "major discipline" has sparked debate and a lawsuit. Lawyers from police unions ...
Gov. Phil Murphy says some J&J vaccine will go to developmentally disabled residents who live at home
Leaders of the state's Black community are wondering why the five-member cannabis regulatory commission has zero black men as members.
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Gov. Murphy says the state’s Rt is among the lowest in the nation
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