Medical experts argue long-standing, long-known health problems like diabetes, asthma and lack of access to doctors in black and Hispanic communities increase susceptibility to COVID-19
Furloughs and layoffs are becoming increasingly common across sector, with some providers laying off 50% of employees — or more
New Jersey has yet to follow other states by disclosing an estimate of revenue losses
Is Jersey City’s Buyout Offer to Hundreds of Employees A Sign of What’s to Come for Other Municipalities?
As COVID-19 lockdown continues, and with relief from federal CARES Act yet to arrive, NJ municipalities are facing fiscal emergency and tough choices
Proponents look to cast wide net, want stakeholders to include administrators, teachers, families of students — even school nurses
State Police have said that some 10% of police officers in NJ are either self-quarantining or ill with COVID-19 on any given day; retired officers ...
Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.
Paterson has the same volume of emergency COVID calls coming in, per capita, as New York City. As the number of calls increases, so has the medical urgency of the situations, which is putting more ...
Tully House residents -- awaiting release within days and months -- suspect other residents are infected but allege the halfway house operator protects staff and leaves residents exposed. Residents ...
Health care workers talk about mounting stress while caring for COVID-19 patients. Some fear to speak out about alleged unsafe working conditions, scarce protective gear and employer intimidation.