Here are the key contests in a primary season that features several tests for incumbents, as well as incumbents challenging each other
New estimate for in-person voting ahead of November election is higher than earlier cost projection. State cautions that the true cost is unknown
The New Jersey Assembly on Thursday passed dozens of bills, many of them related to the COVID-19 pandemic. But they held off on a measure ...
Some schools look to attract students from beyond their home base. Lawmakers moving to adjust law to allow for building dormitories
The New Jersey Assembly is moving quickly to address the continuing problem of sexual assaults at the state’s only women’s prison, as well as to ...
Voters in primary elections will use machines, unlike last year’s mail-in ballots
A replacement may be in the offing for the century-old Edna Mahan lockup, site of abuses and sexual assaults
A panel created to oversee reforms is waiting for Murphy’s appointments. A top corrections official with expanded powers is on leave until his official retirement
A Department of Justice investigation and lawsuits are pressing reforms but advocates say they won’t be enough unless more is changed
Lawmakers look to get low- and moderate-income residents aid in a state among the nation’s most expensive for housing costs