The Garden State continues to struggle to meet federal water-quality standards -- and it shows
New Jersey’s rules and regulations for eligibility to cast ballots are relatively easy and straightforward
Governor opposed to medicinal-pot program has now implemented it, but critics see it as country’s most restrictive
Nearly two years after the historic hurricane hit New Jersey, a look at what’s holding up the money
Opening the way for charter networks to gain a toehold in the city, new law could transform education in Camden
NJ levies both a gas tax and a petroleum products gross-receipts tax, but both add up to the second-lowest gas tax in the nation
Unexpected spikes in prices is one reason that the state is looking into ways to better regulate alternative power suppliers
Just mentioning ‘Common Core’ is a good way to provoke an argument, but what’s behind all the anxiety?
By the end of the century, the Garden State's current coast could be under more than three feet of water
Funding gap grows because NJ continues to underfund pensions and covers retiree healthcare costs on pay-as-you-go basis
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