The Best Time to Consider Hospice Care: Before It’s Needed

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Chuck Bell may be a year into his second battle with colon cancer, but the 96-year-old insists he still has it pretty good — thanks largely... Read more

Depleted Reservoirs Prompt Official Drought Watch for Delaware River Basin

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Water managers for the Delaware River Basin are expected on Wednesday to begin an official drought watch in response to the current extended... Read more

State Frees Up $67M for Open Space, Recreation Projects

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For the first time in two years, the state is looking to award up to $67.4 million in funding to municipalities, counties, and nonprofit groups... Read more

Opinion: Restoring Public Confidence in Trenton

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The returns are in. In the wake of one of history’s most acrimonious campaigns, the public’s confidence in the political process and public... Read more

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What is Thanksgiving without cranberry sauce? Well, some would say, “Just fine,” but the more traditionally minded wouldn’t think of having... Read more

Can Quarterly Payments Help Rescue NJ’s Underfunded Pension System?

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After failing to find any common ground for the past several years over the best way to address New Jersey’s grossly underfunded public-employee... Read more

Horizon to Fund New NJ Healthcare Advocacy Organization

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, the state’s largest health insurer, has agreed to fund a new advocacy organization comprised largely of business... Read more

Digging into the Problem of Electronic-Waste Recycling

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With electronic waste piling up around the state, lawmakers gave final approval yesterday to a bill that would overhaul a recycling program... Read more