There are long waiting lists for people to get into affordable housing units in New Jersey.
A court strips Christie of control over affordable housing. Citizens sound off about a tightened budget. Reconsidering security for DYFS workers after a shocking attack. Treatment for babies born ...
The court put decision-making about affordable housing back in the hands of trial judges.
Former Community Affairs Commissioner Lori Grifa says that battles over COAH have existed for years and that they will continue to occur.
Blistering criticism of Newark's school reformer. Bridging the gap between cops and kids of color. An interfaith effort to shelter the homeless. And traumatic brain injury gets new treatment teams.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses the Council on Affordable Housing hearing at the State Supreme Court.
Add another casino to the list. Trump Taj Mahal's bankrupt. A sports betting loophole makes it legal but limited. School buses selling ad space. And Fort Monmouth morphs toward a non-military future.
Fair Share Housing Center's Staff Attorney Adam Gordon says that about 13 towns will receive money to begin building affordable housing, which he calls a step forward for the state.
Bail reform on the ballot? Trenton's mayor on how that benefits his town. Princeton's mayor wants more low income housing. The state agency meant to protect children is called sub-par.
Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert says reducing the affordable housing obligation for municipalities is a bad idea because it will create concentrations of poverty.
Inmates incarcerated without trial over-tax prisons and Jersey taxpayers. Taxpayers could be stuck with sky high repair bills or bad roads if the Transportation Trust Fund evaporates. And what ...
Fair Share Housing Center has filed suit against Christie administration, Rutgers and other state entities.
Flood warnings. Rivers and creeks on the rise with more heavy rain on the way. Racing to the finish with the men competing to be Newark’s next mayor. And under new ownership.
The Council on Affordable Housing met the day before a court-imposed deadline to issue new regulations.
A New Jersey congressman says it’s time to end the shutdown. Plus warnings about the New Jersey courts. And charges against a powerful politician.