Activist lawyer battles Christie administration, resistance from towns, statewide pattern of segregation
Newly minted MacArthur Fellow Dr. Jeffrey Brenner takes follow-up healthcare to the streets
A self-professed numbers guy and union man, the NJEA's Wendell Steinhauer has both eyes trained on the future of his profession
If there is, the Eagleton Institute's John Weingart probably knows it, and it may have something to do with good humor and bluegrass
Col. James C. Hodges leads the Department of Defense’s only tri-service joint base, which is, by some measures, the biggest in the country
With the murder of his son, Richard Pompelio decided to devote his life to helping crime victims and their families.
Dale Florio heads up a multimillion dollar firm with a list of stellar clients -- and a choice location across the street from the Statehouse.
George Kasimos advocates for superstorm victims faced with raising homes or shelling out for costly flood insurance
Key player in NJ’s auto-insurance overhaul now hits the road to help developing nations devise their own insurance regulations.
Forced out as executive director of Highlands planning council, Swan was recently honored with Environmental Legacy Award from New Jersey Environmental Lobby.