The pandemic may be easing, but the technology gap for many of Paterson’s distance-learning students remains as wide as before
Life-and-death medical decisions can be agonizingly difficult, as this virtual roundtable revealed. Guidelines must start with patients and their families, doctors and ethicists
[Updated: May 26, 2020] State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio outlined spending cuts, deferrals on Friday; three-month supplemental budget plan must be adopted next month
The state should always be mindful of both the short- and long-term implications of the budget adjustments that are made — avoiding one-time revenue sources ...
Rutgers pediatric director says fewer children getting vaccinated puts public health at risk: 'If that percentage drops, it leaves us all open to the illness ...
Two regions of the state are reporting different experiences as they reopen nonessential retail businesses
Local officials pledge to keep people safe as towns seek recovery from two-month shutdown
New Jersey residents never thought they’d want to see more traffic, but with April’s turnpike and parkway revenues down 60%, more cars could play a ...
State issues extensive safety guidelines for farmers who employ migrant workers that are only advisory, not mandatory
DHS, nursing homes have very different ideas about what to do with $200 million in additional federal Medicaid funding