The Drinking Water Quality Institute was out of the loop between 2010 and 2014. Is it back in business?
Thousands say they were underpaid on claims, while insurers argue homeowners didn't understand coverage or homes had previous damage
With its new skyline and image, does the city have the potential to become New Jersey’s version of Cambridge or Ann Arbor?
Fate of long-planned Consolidated Assistance Support System remains uncertain after state cancels contract
Right now, it's mostly nuclear and natural-gas production, but renewables are expected to play a greater role in the future
NBA team and three mega-companies lured to troubled city by Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 incentives, but critics says resulting jobs come at too high ...
Casino taxes support programs for elderly and disabled, but budgetary impact is limited because state’s casino tax rate is so low
State wants to build dunes, but hundreds of homeowners remain unwilling to grant easements
Long and winding road filled with fiscal detours may finally lead to completion of sprawling entertainment and retail complex formerly known as ‘Xanadu’
Obamacare excise tax would hit New Jersey harder than most states, Christie and his pension/health benefits commission warn
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