The governor thanked Sweeney’s group and said he welcomes the conversation about how best to jump start the economy.
Supporters of municipal consolidation say merging towns will reduce property taxes.
A rally in New Jersey for the Democratic National Committee. What the party must do as it searches for an identity and some winning ways. Too many taxing authorities and too many cities blamed for the ...
The full scope of Exxon contamination. A change to Greek life. Rutgers bans on-campus parties. Shopping for property tax credits in Ocean. And Princeton hosts a superstar.
Rutgers University Assistant Director of the Bloustein Local Government Research Center Marc Pfeiffer says that many factors go into New Jersey's high property taxes.
Nine months later, acting Education Commissioner David Hespe's confirmation hearing. Turning the tables on stalkers. Making public information public. And writing computer code? It's elementary.
Requests for public information can be filled differently depending on the county.
The Assembly Speaker tries to jump start her Senate campaign, but says she’s taking her time on a major issue. Plus, big help for New Jersey landlords. More controversy for the Rutgers president. ...
Because of reviews of municipal budgets, limits to the amount of debt municipalities can incur and help for those that get into fiscal trouble, experts say New Jersey's cities won't go bankrupt.