All Over Jersey

When young city dwellers new to New York seek a sense of community, many find it in the familiar faces of their college alumni. Not ready to live on their own and wary of finding a random roommate on the internet, they are creating college, …

May 6–9, 2017 Planning is on the move — to New York City! Registration is open for APA’s 2017 National Planning Conference in New York. NPC17 will be the premier planning event of the year, with hundreds of options for tours, advanced training, mobile workshops, …

By NICK CORASANITI March 20, 2017 The Supreme Courtrejected a bid from Senator Robert Menendez on Monday to have his corruption charges thrown out, making it increasingly likely that the New Jersey Democrat’s trial would move forward this fall. The legal team for Mr. Menendez issued a …

360 View By RONDA KAYSEN New Yorkers who leave the city for the suburbs often do so for three reasons: schools, space and silence. The silence, it turns out, can be a problem. Most suburban streets are certainly free of blaring horns, wailing sirens and, …

Domestic Lives By JODI RUDOREN In the quarter century since I moved out of my parents’ house in Newton, Mass., I have spent approximately zero seconds thinking I’d like to move back to such a suburban idyll. I began my adult life, instead, in the …

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