Toxic NJ delves into the issue of oil and gasoline contamination.
Has the state done enough to ensure that North Jersey’s massive spills of sewage and diesel fuel aren’t a disaster waiting to happen again?
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The conference provided an opportunity for frank discussion amongst decision makers.
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The 457, or tax deferred savings plan, that Gov. Christie wants state workers to move towards encompasses aspects of both a 401(k) and a traditional pension plan.
Observers say the governor’s reply on New Jersey's fiscal picture scored debating points, but exaggerations and distortions may provide future fodder to GOP foes.
The governor’s coffers gained more than $14 million in first six months of 2015, including millions from New Jersey.
Chris Cerf pledges steps toward local control while vague on ‘One Newark’ and dealing with looming budget gap.
Up to $50,000 in aid may be available to those hit with big interest rate increases, depressed property values or economic hardship such as job loss.
Five "green" groups have asked an appellate panel to let them intervene in the controversial legal action.
The legislation’s sponsor estimates the program could save the state $5 million to $9 million annually.
While consumers get valuable help in making health care choices, industry representatives say other criteria should be taken into account.
Many e-waste recyclers can no longer find vendors interested in their offerings, increasing the likelihood that lead will leach into soil.
More than half of those surveyed in the most recent Monmouth University poll just don’t like the current governor of New Jersey.