Number of The Day

March 18, 2021 | Number of The Day
It can be difficult to assign a number to suffering, but when it comes to dogs experimented on each year in New Jersey, the integer is readily available: 3,487 — ...
March 17, 2021 | Number of The Day
New Jerseyans like their libraries. A lot. The one we here are especially familiar with — and love — has been sterling during the pandemic: keeping us in books, as ...
March 16, 2021 | Number of The Day
Lots of hoopla over the Rutgers men’s basketball team making it to the NCAA tournament, understandably so since it’s the first time they’ve done so since 1991; they’re seeded 10th ...
March 15, 2021 | Number of The Day
The Department of Community Affairs will award more than $6.8 million in grants to nonprofit groups across the state to assist residents of older homes in making lead-safe repairs to ...
March 12, 2021 | Number of The Day
The last time that new unemployment claims in New Jersey were below 10,000 was a year ago — before the coronavirus pandemic caused the state to abruptly shut down, sending ...
March 11, 2021 | Number of The Day
New Jersey has been badly battered on numerous fronts by the pandemic, which makes the $10.2 billion headed its way courtesy of the federal American Rescue Plan essential to recovery ...
March 10, 2021 | Number of The Day
Of all the endeavors that have been decimated in New Jersey by the coronavirus pandemic, one notable exception is lobbying. In fact, lobbyists in the Garden State spent a record-busting ...
March 9, 2021 | Number of The Day
More than 7,000 New Jersey families than originally anticipated were helped by the COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program, according to Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday. In all, the state Department ...
March 8, 2021 | Number of The Day
With snow and ice still on the ground in many parts of the Garden State, it's hard to credit the Forest Fire Service is into its annual season of prescribed ...
March 5, 2021 | Number of The Day
At times during the past year it seemed as if there would be no letup in the rate at which New Jerseyans were being pitched out of work. Since the ...