At last, N.J. has incentives again: Breaking down what’s inside Economic Recovery Act of...

The New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020, a six-year, $14 billion package of incentive programs that was signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy last week, was praised by most of the elected...

Numbers: More than 200K vaccinated (pretty good) — and RT up to 1.08 (not...

New Jersey reported more than 11,000 COVID-19 cases this weekend, but it was a much smaller number that is of bigger concern. On Sunday, the state reported the rate of transmission to be 1.08 —...

Why Lalevee thinks Biden’s pick for Labor (Boston Mayor Walsh) is big plus for...

Forgive Greg Lalevee if he’s a little bit excited about the prospects for organized labor during President-elect Joe Biden’s administration. That’s what happens when a “union guy” is named as the labor secretary designee. Lalevee,...

Christie says Trump has committed impeachable acts: ‘If inciting to insurrection isn’t, then I...

For former Gov. Chris Christie, it’s obvious: President Donald Trump has committed impeachable acts. “What we had was an incitement to riot at the United States Capitol,” he said. “We had people killed. To me,...

N.J. officials honor Sicknick, Capitol Police Officer who died after siege Wednesday

Brian Sicknick, the U.S. Capitol Police Officer fatally injured during the uprising Wednesday, was a native of South River and a graduate of Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools who had a long history...

Medina’s picture-perfect scenario: Minority business groups working together — and with N.J.

Carlos Medina loves to look at the picture that sits in his office. It offers him a friendly reminder of the past — and a glorious vision of what could be the future. Medina, the...

Callahan on limited response by Capitol Police: ‘It’s a difficult balance’

New Jersey State Police Superintendent Col. Patrick Callahan said he wasn’t interested in Monday-morning quarterbacking the crowd control efforts by law enforcement at the U.S. Capitol building Wednesday, but he said he didn’t understand...

How do you teach when the textbook — the U.S. Constitution — comes to...

Ben Dworkin was going over some of the final details of the syllabubs for his spring semester class Wednesday afternoon when our nation’s Capitol was breached. For the director of the Rowan Institute for...

Murphy signs Economic Recovery Act: Here’s breakdown of 6-year, $14B package of programs

Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law Thursday morning the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020, a six-year, $14 billion package of incentive programs that he feels will provide economic support for small businesses,...

Palatucci, N.J.’s top RNC official, faces his toughest challenge

As he drove the final 50 miles or so of his 14-hour trek to Amelia Island, Georgia — site of the winter meetings of the Republican National Committee — Bill Palatucci very well knew...

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