Camden Diocese to Sell Senior Facilities

The Catholic Diocese of Camden has lost money at its senior facilities and is now looking for buyers.

Debate Over D.A.R.E. Curriculum

D.A.R.E. NJ wants to use a particular curriculum to help students stay drug-free, but D.A.R.E. America has banned it and supports a different learning plan.

Training Police to Recognize Diabetic Drivers

Police can mistake signs of low blood sugar of diabetics with driving under the influence. Departments are training officers to recognize the difference.

Preventing Heart Attacks in Firefighters

Dozens of firefighters die on the job each year from fatal heart attacks and doctors are using screenings to determine risk factors.

Chicken cutlets recalled over listeria concerns

FAIRFIELD, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey company is recalling more than 8,300 pounds of chicken cutlets because of possible listeria contamination. Federal officials announced the recall by Fairfield-based Tnuva USA on Wednesday. The possible ...

Camden Diocese seeks to sell nursing homes

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — The Camden Diocese is seeking to sell its three nursing homes. The diocese says insufficient Medicaid reimbursements created a $6 million shortfall last year. In a statement, Bishop Dennis Sullivan says the current nursing-home ...

Asw. Munoz: Christie Has Funded Women’s Health Care in Other Avenues

Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz (R) says that Gov. Chris Christie has found other ways to fund women's health care in New Jersey despite vetoing a measure to provide funding to women's health care centers.

Final report on New Jersey derailment released

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board has released its final report on systemic flaws leading up to a 2012 train derailment that leaked a dangerous gas in southern New Jersey. The report was approved by the NTSB last month, ...

Elderly woman stranded at Newark Liberty airport

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Family members say an elderly woman was left all alone in her wheelchair at an airport in New Jersey. Alice Vaticano tells WCBS-TV (http://cbsloc.al/1sw3qXH) in New York that she was planning to fly on Southwest Airlines from ...
Edible Garden employees Rick Pinto, Chris Chappetta (left) and Joe Chiappetta (right) pose with Abilities trainee Fred Kulick (center in gray). Photo Courtesy of Evan Nison.

Training Program Aims to Help People with Disabilities Find Jobs

Edible Garden and Abilities of Northwest Jersey have partnered up to create a training program for people with disabilities, teaching them aspects of the agricultural industry and hoping to help them find jobs.