Regulators raise limits to allow more households to qualify for help with their bills
The deal could end the years-long battle to turn the property into public space
State senator says some residents must travel over 70 miles to the nearest agency
A report made public Monday offered damning details of events at prison for women. Murphy had stood by corrections commissioner as many called for resignation
NJ property-tax bills hit another record high. Will lawmakers agree on measure said to cut bills?
Schools Development Authority needs a series of reforms to guard against possible abuses, investigative panel says. Murphy and lawmakers must also act, it concluded
Bill would expand property-tax benefit to disabled vets living in housing cooperatives, giving them the same break others have had for decades
As restrictions lift, businesses and towns prepare for crowds. And real estate market heats up
Part Two: Head of NJ’s largest police union says Floyd’s death caused ‘a recruiting crisis’ and explains the opposition to certain reforms
The New Jersey Assembly on Thursday passed dozens of bills, many of them related to the COVID-19 pandemic. But they held off on a measure ...