Democratic candidate Welle disputes tax issue as conservative Rep. Smith handles a controversy of his own. District that has long voted Republican looks unlikely to ...
A contentious directive, meant to severely limit the activities of craft breweries in New Jersey, has been suspended after a large outcry
Two Democrats face off in June 5 primary for a shot at landing a knockout punch on a 38-year Republican incumbent
The state’s liquor licenses are among the most expensive and restrictive in the nation. But that may be about to change.
Women in both parties have to work harder, smarter than men — especially when running for mayor, freeholder, council member
Experts warn that NJ Transit’s reliance on ticket sales rather than dedicated funding is stymying its efforts to deploy federally required speed-control technology
Of the $4 billion earmarked for a controversial business tax-incentive scheme to bring companies to New Jersey or keep them here, a big chunk has ...
Streamlining regulations and getting rid of excessive paperwork could spark an upsurge in “green aquaculture” in New Jersey
The Red Cross has been subject to complaints nationwide for its response to emergencies. But apart from criticism of its post-Sandy role, few in NJ ...
Developers and advocates discuss ways to breathe new life into neighborhoods without displacing long-time residents
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