Pay for unused absences was capped at $15,000 in 2010, but public employees hired before that at school districts, towns, and counties across the state ...
New Jerseyans have been hard hit by floods over the past four decades, receiving almost $6 billion in NFIP payments
New Jersey residents benefited greatly from Obamacare Medicaid expansion. If the program is rolled back, men, women, and children in every county will be affected
New government data is sobering: The state has the highest rates nationally for diabetes and heart failure; second-highest rates for cancer and stroke, among other ...
At 9.1 percent, New Jersey’s default rate is 11th in the country, particularly good news given that students tend to carry a heavy debt burden
Over the past six years, property taxes have climbed by as much as 35 percent, but some communities have seen average bills remain stable or ...
The latest report on ALICE— Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed — reveals 37 percent of households can’t eke out a survival budget
While improvement holds for all races and ethnic groups, rates vary between schools from 100 percent to less than 30 percent
NJ roads became safer from 1990s to 2013, but then deaths began rising again
The loss of high-paying factory jobs and state tax policy have contributed to growing inequality, experts say