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Working during COVID-19 but think it’s wrong? Your options in NJ
Residents with "failure to comply" inquiries are encouraged to dial 609-963-6817.
Loneliness: Even in Social Distancing, Reach Out & Touch Someone
As the number of positive COVID-19 cases climb across the country, people are being strongly encouraged to practice "social distancing" in an effort to limit the spread of coronavirus.
It’s March and the flu isn’t quitting in New Jersey
For the ninth straight week, influenza activity is considered high in all regions of the Garden State.
Scam alert: Find a legitimate tax preparer, ignore IRS ‘threats’
A New Jersey office for the Internal Revenue Service is advising residents of a few warning signs and straight-up scams to look out for leading up to Tax Day, April 15.
From the cell to real life: NJ’s programs for paroled prisoners
In 2019, New Jersey's prisons handled more than 19,250 inmates. At 15,535, the count of individuals on parole wasn't too far behind.
Marriage rate is on the rise in NJ, but down nationwide
A new report finds the divorce rate in New Jersey was the same in 2009 and 2018.
From Antarctica to Miami, NJ woman running for her father
Starting on Feb. 6, a Mercer County woman will attempt to run seven marathons in seven days, on seven continents.
Remember, NJ — it’s illegal for employers to ask about your salary history
It's also unlawful to ask about your past benefits packages.
As sports betting grows in NJ, so do calls for help
In December 2019, the share of sports betting calls topped 17% for the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, which handles the 800-GAMBLER helpline.
These are some of NJ’s highest-profile tax cheats
The only law enforcement agency with the authority to investigate federal tax crimes had no shortage of activity in New Jersey during fiscal year 2019.