Horizon indicates that remaining federal regulations still make bare-bones health coverage plans nonviable
Sustainable Jersey doesn't stop at 'green,' but includes health and wellness, diversity, and economic development
Irvington sees eminent domain as a way to eliminate boarded-up houses, bail out homeowners whose mortgages are underwater
Law to increase insurance rates could spell trouble for residents of the Jersey Shore
More extreme storms are likely, but what has state done to safeguard people and property?
Urban centers like Camden and Jersey City are taking measures to accommodate and encourage bicycling, as are rural enclaves and Shore communities
Top economist sees improved outlook for leasing state’s office, industrial, and retail space
Council has five months to come up with new quotas for low- and moderate-income housing
Stressing recovery and resiliency -- and a regional approach to problems -- planning initiative melds local perspective with long-term rebuilding.
The blueprint for growth and preservation is integral not just to development but also to quality of life in New Jersey