Advocates: Proposed rule change would deny many working New Jerseyans money they need to feed their families
Fact that passage of donor-transparency measure was prompted by intra-party feud is cited as reason to doubt its bona fides
With opt-out forms for voting by mail just reaching some voters, and county clerks buried in paperwork, meeting Saturday’s deadline is looking increasingly doubtful
Few surprises among the contributors to New Direction New Jersey, beyond total amount — $4.5M — donated by NJEA group
Elections officials, others gather in Princeton to hone plans to prevent cyber attacks, and other threats to democracy
Three hearings, the first of which takes place tomorrow in Asbury Park, will focus on harassment in the workplace, in housing and in public places
Children’s advocacy group and lawmakers say more funds are needed to help NJ parents cover pay raises for child care workers statewide as a result ...
Data show that typical public school teacher in New Jersey will receive a 3.01 percent raise this year, the biggest hike in many years
Participation in supper programs is rising rapidly, but new data reveals just 6 percent of eligible students sit down to a hot meal after school
In the span of a few decades, New Jersey’s premier city went from being an economic driver to a struggling urban area, most of whose ...