Bond-rating agency cites NJ Treasury admission in bond prospectus that puts unfunded liability at $83 billion under new federal standards.
A death knell for the bridge investigation? Low grades for highways. Free breakfast for school kids. And college credit for life experience.
An initiative allows those with outstanding tax bills to pay now in exchange for reduced or eliminated penalties.
Pension investments are soaring. Do pensions still need reform? Bad information limits mental health care. Big contracts limit red light camera cuts. Rich Jersey wines. And really bad bugs.
Some question fees incurred from pension fund, but the Council touts high rates of return.
The governor's "No Pain, No Gain" tour hits the beach. Forcing the disabled into state-run group homes? The anniversary of the email that messed up the bridge. And the intrinsic beauty of bacon.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says that not all of the information on the Hurricane Sandy aid distribution integrity report has been made available.
Who are the real lottery winners? One year later. Sandy stories: who steps in when the government steps out? Who benefits from BYOB? Liquor license legalities. And repaving the Palisades? Really? ...
Unions lost their appeal to block a contract with Northstar Lottery Group to manage daily operations of NJ's lottery.
Tax trouble. Why won’t the state talk more about its mistake? Bridgegate backlash. Republicans launch a new attack against the investigating committee. And prom precautions. A new effort to protect ...
NJ taxpayers received a notice from the Treasury Department saying they owed money.
According to Senate Budget Committee Chairman Paul Sarlo, New Jersey is in for some difficult fiscal times ahead since revenue figures were $123 million below projections.
Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi wants to remove acquired flood-prone properties from the tax rolls at the time of purchase, regardless of when they are acquired, so that municipalities don't have to pay ...