Loophole in law lets some state employees collect retirement money while working at new job
Ocean views, picturesque towns, historic sites, and a paradise for birders are just a few of the reasons to bike or hike the Garden State
Highest percentages of students who didn’t take exams were mostly from more affluent districts
What will Christie propose to deal with state pensions, transportation funding, taxes and other pressing fiscal issues?
A look at the 10 largest immigrant communities in the Garden State
Poor children grow up to be impoverished adults. Along the way they’re more likely to be sick, score low on standardized tests, experience violence, and ...
Bankruptcy or state takeover, city still must address issues ranging from gambling in north Jersey to funds available for development
Participation in November elections hit an all-time low of 22 percent, but these 10 NJ municipalities bucked the trend
Less regulated than PACs -- and more secretive -- independent committees can make it equally tricky to track contributions and donations
Small communities with plenty of residents and workers typically end up spending significantly less on keeping local roads in shape