Lawmakers want to add New Jersey to list of states that allow state income-tax deduction for charitable giving
Food distributors hit by reduced donations, higher prices and fewer volunteers
NJ officials ‘monitoring closely’ as hundreds of centers reopen to care for children of essential workers only; one operator is ready ‘but a little nervous’
State Police have said that some 10% of police officers in NJ are either self-quarantining or ill with COVID-19 on any given day; retired officers ...
Without relief, property owners hit hard by illness or income loss will have to cover payments due May 1 or incur penalties
Governor and lawmakers have helped by relaxing certain deadlines and procedures, but another of their actions could limit access to public records
Answers to the two most-pressing questions: Are you in line for a payment through the CARES Act and what do you need to do to ...
There’s a lot at stake for New Jersey, which was undercounted in the last two censuses
‘We need to take care of ourselves so that we can take care of the public,’ says senior police official in Newark
State will also crack down on price gouging and reports of hate crimes as COVID-19 cases soar
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