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For the first time in state history, New Jersey is allowing early, in-person voting, starting Saturday Oct. 23. One hundred thirty-nine locations will be open ...
Our second annual series of virtual conversations focuses on how cities, hard-hit by COVID-19, will take a leading role in moving communities and businesses beyond ...
Revamped Blue Acres program to include areas where floods expected to increase as climate change worsens
Teachers’ group joins political PACs in paying to back candidates
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Also this week, the latest on immigration reform
Here’s what’s new and what you need to know about voting in New Jersey
Two open Assembly seats, a challenge in the Senate make this one of the state’s most competitive districts
In New Jersey, schools can only provide remote daily instruction under limited circumstances
More booster shots could soon be available. The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices today recommended booster doses of Moderna and J&J vaccines, one day ...
Report finds NJ ranks 49th among states on pay equity for Latinas
Questions about delays, vendor readiness
'We put our families at risk. We put ourselves at risk. And we continued because this city needs to rise'
The school is asking for donor support
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New Jersey looks to improve electrical network and speed steps to get solar online
Gov. Murphy says the state’s Rt is among the lowest in the nation
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NJ was recently ranked Number One in US, based on educational achievement and test scores; on that basis, which ...
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