Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver said that spats within municipalities can stifle redevelopment and that cooperation is needed.
The plan has timetables to achieve goals, and residents say even more importantly the plan has a voice -- theirs.
It’s just 364 days until the decennial survey hits every household in New Jersey and across the country.
Alumna of the program, Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver advised candidates to raise money where they know they can find women.
Did Trump's State of the Union speech change the atmosphere in Washington?
Atlantic City is taking a few steps forward in compliance with state directives.
As part of the 2017 Trump tax reform bill, Opportunity Zones are designated areas that offer tax breaks to developers to spur capital investment in low-income, economically distressed neighborhoods. ...
Housing advocates acknowledge America's made great progress in fair housing, but say so much more needs to be done.
While dysfunction in Washington can’t stop the Great Falls, the partial government shutdown does technically close most national park facilities.
Two state departments will merge weatherization efforts.
Newark Public Library is the latest to participate in a program to help those who are blind or visually impaired tap into the wealth of knowledge available to others.
The lieutenant governor and attorney general joined graduates at a Juvenile Justice Commission commencement.
An affordable housing development targets an inner city block.
Grewal declares a "new day" in environmental justice.
Democratic leaders and Murphy held separate budget news conferences Friday.