Some lawmakers and state-funded organizations worry what will happen when that money is gone
Many teachers are retiring, asking for leave or not wanting to go to schools in person amid COVID-19 fears
PSEG spokesman makes the case that nuclear is ‘a critical pillar’ in the state’s clean energy ambitions
Bill gets a vote, but it calls for eliminating paper bags and more. Even supporters say they might back away
Long sought by environmental justice advocates, new law gives locals ability to reject new developments
Online and outdoor services have been prepared and will dominate this holiday season to mitigate COVID-19 risks.
An entire dorm of students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology remains in lockdown after the engineering school detected the COVID-19 virus in its ...
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The New Jersey Department of Health is reporting 519 new positive cases of COVID-19. It's the fifth straight day the state announced more than 400 ...
Through July, deaths are up 17% as stress from lockdown, COVID added to pressures addicts faced
Industry fights back against bill, saying there aren’t enough workers to fill proposed mandate
Rebate checks would also be mailed out to middle-class residents, Gov. Phil Murphy, top Democrats announced
[Updated: September 19, 2020] Follow the progression of the disease, with case numbers by county and city, demographics and other metrics
Farmers in New Jersey have had to adapt to stay in business during the pandemic.
There’s a bipartisan effort underway to break the gridlock on emergency federal COVID-19 relief. Rep. Josh Gottheimer is chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus and ...
Getting devices into the hands of students is only the first step in bridging the digital divide. Remote access and even out-of-warranty gear can make ...
Employers could face legal risks by reopening workplaces without implementing adequate COVID-19 protective measures for employees
This post will be updated as news about the coronavirus in New Jersey breaks. September 20 New Cases: 457 Total Cases: 199,762 New Deaths: 3 ...
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New program will focus on racial and economic justice in Newark and other Audible locations
Op-Ed: Summer 2020 has shown that NJ electric utilities don’t pay enough attention to grid reliability
Instead, ‘encouraged by well-intentioned but naïve legislators,’ they pursue diversification to facilitate growth
Gov. Phil Murphy has finally struck a deal on a millionaires tax. Under the plan, residents making more than $1 million a year will pay ...
Reaction has been swift to agreement announced by top Democrats, notably on proposed millionaires tax
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