NJ League of Municipalities Executive Director Michael Darcy says on the agenda for next year are pension payments, the Transportation Trust Fund and affordable housing.
Call them the "Blunt" brothers. Gov. Christie raised millions to reelect the tough-talking governor of Maine. Today Maine's endorsed New Jersey's. Even as symbols of slavery fall down South, symbols ...
Former NJ League of Municipalities Executive Director Bill Dressel talks about his time with the organization on his first day of retirement.
Missing information makes it impossible to accurately assess where net property-tax burdens have climbed as tax-relief program was curtailed.
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.
Own Ocean will allow residents to shop at participating local businesses to get a property tax rebate.
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.
The Revel casino looking to scrap the $95 million deal to sell. Jersey City's chromium cleanup controversy. HIV/AIDS hits hardest among African-Americans. And your ad here!
Property Valuation Committee of the State Bar Association Co-Chair David Wolfe says that property taxes in New Jersey continue to increase because they are a primary source of funding for ...
By Emily Bader for NJBIZ
“Another day, another dollar,” the saying goes. Well, when it comes to property taxes, for the average New Jerseyan, it's more like “another day, another $22.”
A high stakes State of the State address. How it played to the Garden State and to the nation. Hacker attack on the U.S. Central Command. Changing security protocols in a digital age.
Gov. Christie highlighted what he's done for New Jersey during his tenure.
Eight killings in eight days. A crime crisis in Newark. An influx of immigrants overwhelm a school. The PARCC tests. Are schools ready? Atlantic City. The mayor has his own remedy.
Sen. Jim Whelan says that right now the high taxes in Atlantic City need to be stopped because they are driving out casinos and homeowners.
Rescuing Atlantic City. First fix the debt. Fleeing New Jersey. Half want to leave. Streamlining Jersey City. The Parking Authority may go. And honoring veterans.