Tax cut or not, the state is facing a net budget shortfall of $500 million to $1 billion next spring.
N.J. Senate is re-introducing a bill that would invite "angel-investors" to put their money into emerging technologies.
Gray Street, Schmay Street. PSE&G will build 25 miles of new overhead transmission lines in Hudson and Essex County.
Quest Academy, the proposed charter school for Montclair, applies for the fifth time.
Is it apathy, understanding or did we just not know about it?
Nevertheless, for anyone thinking the movement is slowing, 25 more schools are still slated to open next fall, the biggest new class yet.
In its current version, the bill would grant tenure after a teacher completed four years with satisfactory reviews and take it away after two consecutive years of unsatisfactory grades.
Acting education commissioner Chris Cerf has detailed steps that are intended to improve the oversight of new and existing charter schools.
NJ Dems have implied that the plan is just a political exercise.