Judge Finds Meadowlands Hospital Guilty of Multiple Labor Violations

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Employees at the embattled Meadowlands Hospital stand to collect millions of dollars in back pay and missing benefits — and could wind up with... Read more

Advocates Clash with Administration Over Number of Poor in New Jersey

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Jessica Abreu was recently working as a shelter supervisor at the Passaic County Women's Center when a victim of domestic abuse came to her... Read more

Scorecard Ranks NJ 24th in Energy Efficiency, Down 3 Spots from Prior Year

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While many states are making strides to reduce energy use, New Jersey continues to lag behind others in using energy more efficiently, according... Read more

Interactive Map: How NJ Congressional Reps Spend Their Expense Allowances

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With New Jersey's entire delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives on the November ballot, voters might want to see how much taxpayer... Read more

Opinion: NJ Needs a Better Approach to Affordable Water and Sewer Utilities

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Nationally, the costs of drinking water and sewer services have been increasing much faster than inflation since the 1980s. The reasons are... Read more

NJ Transit Train Wreck at Hoboken Terminal Kills 1

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The commuter train approaching Hoboken Terminal during rush hour Thursday morning was traveling too fast. Some of the passengers could tell... Read more

Bridgegate: Wildstein Says Port Authority Was Used to Give Favors to NJ Democrats

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Cross-examination of David Wildstein, the prosecution’s star witness in the Bridgegate trial, continued yesterday, with the defense focusing... Read more

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About 135,000 students opted out of last year’s PARCC standardized tests, according to a study by the state Department of Education, making... Read more