The Sourland Conservancy thanks participants in the Sourland Spectacular. The League of Women Voters urges citizens to ensure their voter registration is in order.
This year’s Fall Arts Preview is new in a way no other in memory has been.
Gyms and restaurants are back. Black people face continued injustices. And a proposed bill threatens New Jersey's farmland.
As business leaders in New Jersey have continued to express displeasure and frustration with Governor Phil Murphy’s resistance to further reopening the economy, the governor has added to their anger with his proposed budget that adds $1.4 billion in spending.
Arts organizations are adjusting their plans in light of continued risks from COVID-19.
The New Jersey Business Coalition, a collection of more than 100 business and nonprofit groups, submitted a letter to Governor Phil Murphy on August 11 outlining economic and public health reasons for the state to move ahead with the reopening of its economy.
The grip we’ve been able to get on COVID-19 is anything but firm. Lapses in judgment, such as congregating indoors without masks, can quickly undo the gains we’ve made in combating the virus since April.
With limited opportunities to view art indoors, artists take their work outside.
In the midst of the challenges presented by 2020, writes Trenton's Hiltonia Association, we have watched our elected public officials engage in negative political gamesmanship when we need those officials to work together for the public good.
A long-time reader reflects on public transportation needs and the small joys of outdoor dining in our current times.