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  1. Manslaughter Charge Dismissed Against Son of Ex-City Hall Aide Metro, Yesterday

    Lawyers for Khari Noerdlinger, the son of Chirlane McCray’s former chief of staff, accused a prosecutor and detective of lying to a grand jury and withholding evidence.

  2. Essex College Administrator Is Placed on Leave Amid Investigation Metro, September 21

    The New Jersey county college, which is in danger of losing its accreditation, is investigating allegations of financial abuse by a vice president.

  3. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, September 21

    This week’s properties include a penthouse in Hoboken, N.J., and a bayfront in Merrick, N.Y.

  4. On the Market in New York and New Jersey Slideshow, September 21

    This week’s properties include a penthouse in Hoboken, N.J., and a bayfront in Merrick, N.Y.

  5. At Menendez Trial, Legal Wrestling Over Definition of ‘Constituent’ Metro, September 20

    The term constituent has no definition established by federal courts or the Constitution, but it is being debated in the corruption trial of Senator Robert Menendez.

  6. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, September 17

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  7. ‘Nobody’ in New Jersey Is Paying Attention to Race for Governor Metro, September 14

    With the election just two months away, residents are showing little interest in who will replace the unpopular Chris Christie.

  8. Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey Real Estate, September 14

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Cresskill, N.J., and Yonkers, N.Y.

  9. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, September 14

    This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Cresskill, N.J., and Yonkers, N.Y.

  10. In Undiscovered Paterson, Falls, Food and Fetty Wap Travel, September 14

    The New Jersey city was famous for industry. Now, a national park, a museum and Peruvian dishes deserve the spotlight. And it’s still a place of poets.

  11. Metuchen, N.J.: A ‘Doughnut Hole’ with a Storied Past and New Development Real Estate, September 13

    This commuter town has been growing in recent years, but it’s still the kind of place where if “you do something wrong, your mother finds out.”

  12. Living in ... Metuchen, N.J. Slideshow, September 13

    This commuter town has been growing in recent years, but it’s still enough of a small town that if “you do something wrong, your mother finds out.”

  13. In Testimony, Women Describe Robert Menendez’s Role in Getting Visas Metro, September 12

    One of the women said Dr. Salomon Melgen, a wealthy friend of Mr. Menedez, told her he would contact the senator after her initial visa application was denied.

  14. After More Than 20 Years, Newark to Regain Control of Its Schools Metro, September 12

    The State of New Jersey took over running the district because of low performance, but real educational progress has been slow in coming.

  15. Is New York’s Best Pizza in New Jersey? Dining, September 12

    At Razza in Jersey City, local buffalo milk and hazelnuts go into pies that can stand up to the best of the five boroughs.

  16. Razza Slideshow, September 12

    At Razza in Jersey City, local buffalo milk and hazelnuts go into pies that can stand up to the best of the five boroughs.

  17. Robert Menendez Personally Lobbied for Visas, Former Aide Testifies Metro, September 11

    As the government began its corruption case against the New Jersey senator, a former adviser testified that Mr. Menendez intervened in visa applications involving a friend.

  18. Robots and Humans Team Up at Amazon Video, September 10

    Amazon’s warehouses, which now employ more than 125,000 people across the United States, are being outfitted with the latest in robots and tech, but not at the expense of human jobs.

  19. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, September 10

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  20. Ted Cruz 2.0? Senator Adjusts With Trump in Office and Houston Under Water Washington, September 8

    As he prepares for re-election next year, Senator Ted Cruz faces a challenge in helping millions of people — in his hometown, Houston, and beyond — rebuild after Hurricane Harvey.

  21. Hudson Rail Tunnel Is Focus of Meeting Between Trump and State Officials Metro, September 7

    New York and New Jersey politicians praised the meeting, which centered on the Gateway project, as productive.

  22. Opening Arguments in Menendez Trial Focus on the Meaning of Friendship Metro, September 6

    The opening statements of the federal corruption case of Senator Robert Menendez centered on the question: What constitutes a permissible friendship with a politician?

  23. Criminal Justice Reform Unites 5 Former New Jersey Governors Metro, September 6

    A report from a nonprofit run by the former governors, four Democrats and one Republican, offers policy recommendations for the state’s next leader.

  24. A Polished Hotel in Asbury Park Is New Center of Gravity Travel, September 2

    In a seaside New Jersey town celebrating a rebound, The Asbury, a modern, 110-room hotel, is as welcoming to spirited children as it is to carousing adults.

  25. A Taste of Indian Nostalgia Finds an Eager Audience Dining, September 1

    A take on Kwality, a beloved brand, in the United States is inspiring childlike elation among those who missed its wide-ranging flavors.

  26. Amid Allegations, a Call for Essex County College’s Board to Resign Metro, September 1

    A two-year college in Newark facing financial and academic challenges must change course, according to clergy members who attended a raucous board meeting.

  27. Drag Racing for Any Car: 12 Seconds of Pure Adrenaline Metropolitan, August 31

    A photographer captured the rush of “Race Your Own Ride” night at Raceway Park in New Jersey.

  28. Tips for Harvey Survivors, From Those Who Lived Through Sandy Metro, August 31

    Some storm recovery advice for the afflicted of southeast Texas from New Yorkers who have unfortunately been there, unfortunately done this.

  29. As Essex County College Teeters, a Call to End Turmoil Metro, August 30

    New Jersey religious leaders say they are outraged by the disorder at Essex County College in Newark, which is in danger of losing its accreditation.

  30. New York Chefs Move Beyond the City Food, August 28

    Lower overheads and greater opportunities for work-life balance are drawing city chefs to New Jersey and Long Island.

  31. In New Jersey Governor’s Race, Money Can Take a Circuitous Route N.Y. / Region, August 27

    As the election enters the homestretch, campaign donors who might want to give more than the legal limit find they can send money to national groups, which can send it right back.

  32. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, August 27

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  33. Cash Bail’s Lonely Defender Opinion, August 25

    The industry that profits from jailing the poor fights for its business, at the expense of justice.

  34. Spectrum Workers’ Strike Approaches 5-Month Mark N.Y. / Region, August 25

    More than 1,700 employees in New York and New Jersey stopped work in the spring when the company, which offers cable, internet and phone services, proposed eliminating workers’ pension plan.

  35. Gabrielle Giffords Endorses Philip Murphy for New Jersey Governor N.Y. / Region, August 24

    The former congresswoman’s political action committee said Mr. Murphy was a “strong advocate for responsible gun violence prevention policies.”