Religious leaders and law enforcement are working together to prevent hate crimes and acts of violence.
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Once lit up for the family and friends to see, some Christmas trees are finding a second life.
A tour leader says Patriots Week provides an opportunity to teach the next generation about the role Trenton played in turning around the war for the American colonists.
Amid what the Maker Depot founders are calling a manufacturing renaissance in New Jersey, the Maker Depot is using 3D printing technology to attract the next generation of builders.
A pilot program at Fulfill, which serves as a distribution center for Monmouth and Ocean Counties, is trying to incorporate more seafood at soup kitchens and food pantries.
A bill introduced by Sen. Cory Booker calls for all federal prisoners serving more than 10 years to have a judge review their sentence for possible early release.
The New Jersey Reentry Corporation and Care Plus New Jersey are partnering to provide medical treatment to ex-prisoners upon reentry.
Youth Court recruits high school students to serve as judges, jurors, and community and youth advocates.
The interactive site includes a map that highlights each mural and the artist behind it.
An annual Memorial Day tradition draws a group of diverse riders competing in a variety of bicycle races.
With the Rutgers sports program in the Scarlet-Red, the university has unveiled its plan to turn around its finances, starting with turning around the various teams on-field performances.
Banning smoking on the beach, reinstating the individual mandate, and bills that improving safety on school buses are some of the new laws going to effect in 2019.
The Democratic governor and Democratic lawmakers are sparring not over whether there should be a $15 minimum wage, but how long it should take to be phased in.
So far there are no reported cases of any of patients of HealthPlus contracting a blood borne illness, and the risk of infection is considered low.
While dysfunction in Washington can’t stop the Great Falls, the partial government shutdown does technically close most national park facilities.