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Who sues police departments the most? Police officers

Jun 20, 2014
In New Jersey, millions are spent each year on lawsuits involving police.
Posted In: new jersey, police, lawsuits

Meet New Jersey’s tobacco bonds

Jun 18, 2014
Why a deal to cash out their tobacco settlement might cost New Jersey
Posted In: tobacco, bonds, new jersey

Campaigns versus coding

May 19, 2014
Dave Cole is a computer programmer running for U.S. Congress.
Posted In: new jersey, Senate
A jitney on the Bergenline Avenue route

In New Jersey, mass transit for the masses

May 15, 2014
Jitney buses offer bargains and convenience in New Jersey cities, but not without costs.
Posted In: new jersey, jitneys, buses

Three floods in three years? Yeah, we'll buy your house

Mar 18, 2014
After Hurricane Sandy, the state of New Jersey planned to buy 1,300 flood-prone homes and demolish them. What's taking so long?
Posted In: Hurricane Sandy, new jersey, homes

States face deadlines for Affordable Care Act grants

Feb 19, 2014
ACA grants go unspent in states with governors opposed to the law.
Posted In: Affordable Care Act, Obamacare, ACA, healthcare, Health, care, united states, new jersey

Going bearserk in Jersey

Dec 9, 2013
The black bear population has grown so large in the state that it ended a hunting ban a few years ago.
Posted In: bears, hunting, new jersey

On Jersey Shore, the summer after Sandy comes to close

Sep 2, 2013
A year after Hurricane Sandy's destruction, Labor Day marks the end of a summer of recovery for beach towns.
Posted In: new jersey, tourism, Hurricane Sandy, labor day

Six months after Sandy, a Jersey Shore ice cream shop gets ready to open for summer

Apr 29, 2013
HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced an additional $1.8 billion in recovery aid for homeowners, renters and small businesses, today. Some of those businesses have been plugging along in the meantime.
Posted In: Hurricane Sandy, new jersey

Mark Zuckerberg's money lays path for change in Newark schools

Apr 4, 2013
Most of the $100 million donation has been spent on brokering a new teachers contract that creates performance-based pay and opening new schools.
Posted In: Education, new jersey, Mark Zuckerberg

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