Towns & Schools

Only four new charters approved from latest round of 55 applicants....
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Serving Patients in Need

October 10, 2011

FQHCs play a key health care role in the state’s most poverty-stricken neighborhoods. ...
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Now That’s a Slogan

September 13, 2011

Tourism director claims ‘excellent’ reaction to summertime campaign. ...
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Top Towns: Methodology

August 15, 2011

New Jersey Monthly's Top Towns methodology....
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The top town with the fastest rising home prices is Raritan Township in Hunterdon County....
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Pequannock, in Morris County, gives residents the best bang for their real estate buck of all the top towns. ...
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The most affluent top town in New Jersey is Mountain Lakes, in Morris County....
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A list of the top towns in New Jersey by population. ...
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A list of the top towns by region. Ho-Ho-Kus, Peapack-Gladstone, and Chesterfield lead the way in the north, central, and south parts of the state....
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Residents of the state’s Top Town enjoy their pocket of calm in busy Bergen County....
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Looking for the top 20 towns in New Jersey? NJ Monthly has the top 20 ranked towns in New Jersey....
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Our revised methodology more accurately ranks the top towns and the best places to live in NJ....
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Charter schools are proposed for some of Jersey’s most affluent towns. That has many residents up in arms. ...
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It’s a buyer’s market—for those who can get the financing....
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The confusion inherent in trying to understand the current economic climate is as confounding in New Jersey as elsewhere in the U.S....
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The Legal Aid Gap

July 11, 2011

Budget cuts leave a growing number of the state’s poor without representation in civil cases. ...
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Steve Adubato admires the powerful and dramatic example set by genuine Jersey hero Eric LeGrand. ...
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Roll the Dice

May 9, 2011

Steve Adubato debates whether legal sports betting in New Jersey will add significantly to the state's coffers. ...
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Stop the Madness

April 11, 2011

It’s time to pass legislation that will promote action on shared services. ...
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Former Governor Tom Kean is concerned about the future of higher eduction in the state. ...
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