COVID-19 forced the governor and lawmakers to rewrite the budget playbook. Here’s what they did
For all its disruptions to schools overall, the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t appeared to slow down the pace of teacher contract negotiations in New Jersey, with ...
‘You may not even know that you've been exposed, but the app will tell you,’ Health Commissioner Persichilli says
Some renters are forced out anyway by owners desperate for income in pandemic
District’s attendance rate for online classes differs drastically from what several teachers said they experienced this spring
Ross Baker, an expert on American government and U.S. legislative politics, discusses the president's strategy
Lawmakers plan a vote Monday on historic borrowing that needed a Supreme Court signoff
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Six months into the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Phil Murphy has extended the public health emergency for another 30 days for the seventh time. On Friday, ...
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Seaside Heights, other Shore towns tried to lure crowds to beaches by keeping lifeguards on duty after Labor Day
While activists are impatient at lack of progress, Newark Mayor Baraka urges persistence, saying it will register with lawmakers
Breast Cancer Awareness Month reinforces the importance of screening and early detection to help save lives
Bills now waiting action by Gov. Phil Murphy would allow early release for prisoners, increased staff at care facilities
Advice for parents whose children, especially pre-K through first grade, are finding remote classes difficult
Fauci warned young adults are 'inadvertently' spreading the virus, and he asked folks to put aside 'divisiveness nonsense' over wearing a mask
‘Great day for New Jersey,’ say activists who worked for years to get ban in place. GOP question why paper bags included
Gridlock in Washington among federal lawmakers as Republican senators try to push forward president's court nominee
Task force considers benefit reforms, training and more to help workers
This post will be updated as news about the coronavirus in New Jersey breaks. September 25 New Cases: 612 Total Cases: 202,100 Statewide rate of ...
A college degree continues to have high value, but citizens are losing confidence in colleges’ ability to change
Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the country’s leading experts on the coronavirus, is giving New Jersey high marks for the state’s pandemic response. Thursday state ...
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver and the Department of Community Affairs are urging more local governments to explore opportunities to share services and save taxpayers money. ...
Examining the widely varying approaches to the upcoming school year and how best practices can be determined and shared
Gov. Murphy says the state’s Rt is among the lowest in the nation
COVID-19 count in NJ is skewed by several factors: testing shortages, home deaths, fatal heart attacks and strokes caused ...
NJ was recently ranked Number One in US, based on educational achievement and test scores; on that basis, which ...
Kevin Dehmer takes over at a time when New Jersey’s education system has been turned upside down