Despite solid blue-collar cred, Senate president has few friends in the public-worker rank and file
Sanctuary cities limit their cooperation with immigration authorities. What are their prospects — in New Jersey and elsewhere — under a Trump administration?
Experts argue that education professionals — superintendents, teachers, nurses, and school psychologists — must learn to identify symptoms of this deadly epidemic
Devastating commuter delays and economic hardship just might be avoided if construction of a pair of new tunnels under the Hudson gets going
Lawsuit argues layoffs should be based on merit, not seniority, while union says that would leave schools vulnerable to politics
But state disputes federal audit that criticized aid rebuilding programs and poor oversight of company hired to administer them
Republican Sonnek-Schmelz says Pallone has failed small businesses and Sandy victims
Some roads are like the interstate, fast and relatively direct, while others are far more circuitous and can take years to get to the destination
Camden charters and Renaissance schools — the first in New Jersey — show signs of promise, but test scores at district schools remain mired at ...
Is your district getting all the aid that’s coming to it, or is it one of many that’s being shortchanged?
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