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The List: New Jersey Companies That Appoint Women as Top Executives
Joe Tyrrell | November 9, 2015 | The List
Hiring women for top jobs at today's competitive companies isn't just the right thing to do, it's a smart thing to do
Making a Federal Case of It: NJ Couple Fight Foreclosure in Federal Court
Joe Tyrrell | November 6, 2015 | Housing
State courts seem to turn deaf ear to defendants in foreclosure, so one couple files federal suit against their current mortgage holder
Nonprofit Initiative Offers Help to NJ Homeowners Facing Foreclosure
Joe Tyrrell | October 21, 2015 | Housing
Massachusetts-based lender assists working people who are struggling to keep homes saddled with ‘underwater’ mortgages
Foreclosures, Blight Still Too Familiar in Many New Jersey Cityscapes
Joe Tyrrell | October 20, 2015 | Housing
At NJ Spotlight On Cities, local government officials, planners talk about getting a grip on ongoing foreclosure crisis
Democrats Look to Have Easy Paths to Victory in Union County Contests
Joe Tyrrell | October 13, 2015 | Politics, Elections 2015
Despite vocal GOP challengers in 20th district race, Republicans appear to have little chance to win Assembly seats in 20th and 22nd district contests
Two Incumbent Democrats Face GOP and Green Party Slates in 14th District
Joe Tyrrell | October 9, 2015 | Politics, Elections 2015
Pair of Democrats face off against two Republicans for seats in 15th District
Assembly Races in Hudson County Replete With Candidates, Spirited Debate
Joe Tyrrell | October 7, 2015 | Politics, Elections 2015
Voters have clear choices in lively contests in 31st and 33rd districts, while incumbent speaker tops ballot in 32nd
Foreclosures Continue to Ensnare NJ Families -- Along with at Least One Law Firm
Joe Tyrrell | September 17, 2015 | Housing
Misunderstandings -- and deathbed visit from a mortgage agent -- imperil woman’s house; meanwhile, bank’s multimillion-dollar law firm goes bust
Complex Issues, Lingering Obstacles Complicate Outlook for NJ-Cuba Ties
Joe Tyrrell | September 9, 2015 | Politics
State’s large Cuban-American population provides advantage in forging economic links but old animosity toward Castro regime lingers
Profile: Former Mayor Battles Major Polluter in Pompton Lakes
Joe Tyrrell | September 2, 2015 | Profiles
John Sinsimer is an elected official turned novelist who’s fighting against environmental poisoning -- in real life and with printed word
Report: Foreclosures, Empty Homes Still Dragging Down Newark’s Economy
Joe Tyrrell | August 3, 2015 | More Issues, Housing
Baraka’s response – a plan for eminent-domain acquisition of inflated mortgages in two ‘model neighborhoods’ – may be needed citywide
In Contentious 20th, Dem Incumbents Strive Against Other Democrats
Joe Tyrrell | May 27, 2015 | Elections 2015
A field of six leaves party-line incumbents, 'Real' Democrats, and 'Progressive' Democrats spoiling for a fight
In 31st District, Half-Dozen Democrats Jockey to Stand Out From Crowd
Joe Tyrrell | May 26, 2015 | Politics, Elections 2015
With surprisingly similar views on Christie and economic development, candidates differ on education
$200M Development Plan for Former Hospital Bodes Well for Town’s Health
Joe Tyrrell | May 20, 2015 | Housing, Planning
Six-acre site of shuttered Irvington General Hospital makes way for 700 residential units combined with commercial space
Trying to Keep Home Turns Into Foreclosure Nightmare for Bloomfield Woman
Joe Tyrrell | May 11, 2015 | Housing
For one New Jerseyan struggling to save her home, experience demonstrates that what can go wrong will go wrong
Profile: Building a Living Legacy for Beloved Son They Lost on 9/11
Joe Tyrrell | April 29, 2015 | Profiles
Herbert and Anna Ouida have created a foundation in memory of young man who overcame childhood adversity to become everybody’s buddy
Profile: She Guides Investments in Communities Throughout New Jersey
Joe Tyrrell | April 8, 2015 | Profiles
Leslie Anderson, the first African-American woman to head a financing agency, makes a difference -- offstage and on
Initiatives to Acquire, Revive Abandoned Homes are Making Progress in New Jersey
Joe Tyrrell | March 17, 2015 | Housing
Witnesses testify about success of laws making it easier for municipalities to force rehabilitation of derelict properties
Special Monitor OKs Procedures Used by Two of NJ’s Top Mortgage Lenders
Joe Tyrrell | February 19, 2015 | Housing
Good news for Wells Fargo and OneWest, but more foreclosure trouble may be brewing if banks haven’t followed all rules
Profile: From Liberia, to IHOP, to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Joe Tyrrell | February 18, 2015 | Profiles
Adenah Bayoh hasn’t simply made the most of her opportunities, she’s created the opportunities to make the most of
The International Christie: Assessing the Governor’s Views on Foreign Trade
Joe Tyrrell | February 11, 2015 | Politics
The governor has made several high-profile trips to discuss overseas trade, while vetoing ‘buy American’ bills back home
New Foreclosure Procedures Put to Test as Number of Cases Climbs in New Jersey
Joe Tyrrell | February 4, 2015 | Housing
While the foreclosure crisis eases in most states, NJ hits third-highest total since it started keeping records
In Irvington, Residents Rally to Keep Veteran's Home From Bank Foreclosure
Joe Tyrrell | January 26, 2015 | Social, Housing
Clifton Beckley struggles to hold on to his home, while foreclosure rates in New Jersey start to trend upward
Trenton, Other Troubled NJ Cities Seek to Stem Tide of Urban Housing Decay
Joe Tyrrell | November 13, 2014 | Housing
Homesteading initiative and other efforts seek to stave off blight, crime, economic drain spawned by abandoned properties
Half-Truths, Unequal Funding Define Booker-Bell Race for U.S Senate Seat
Joe Tyrrell | October 31, 2014 | Elections 2014
Former Newark mayor's $17.6 million war chest dwarfs GOP opponent’s $400,000 FEC filing
Rivals in 8th District Share Similar Roots, But Branch Off on Government Spending
Joe Tyrrell | October 28, 2014 | Elections 2014
Sires, seeking fifth term in Congress, faces young GOP challenger in diverse Democratic stronghold
Strong Differences, Strong Opinions Separate Candidates in 6th District Tilt
Joe Tyrrell | October 27, 2014 | Elections 2014
On everything from ACA to voting rights, incumbent Democrat Pallone and Republican rival Wilkinson are on opposite sides of issue
Polar-Opposite Candidates Vie for New Jersey's Senate Seat
Joe Tyrrell | October 22, 2014 | Politics, Elections 2014
On everything from public policy to personal style, Democratic incumbent Booker and GOP challenger Bell are worlds apart
Profile: She’s Helping to Bring Humanities Studies into the 21st Century
Joe Tyrrell | October 8, 2014 | Profiles
Princeton’s Meredith Martin takes research in a new direction with the Center for Digital Humanities
Tale of Two Towns: Newark, Irvington Mayors Tackle Housing Issues
Joe Tyrrell | September 25, 2014 | Housing, Planning
Leaders in both municipalities address economic, public health and crime, but take different approaches on foreclosures and eminent domain
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