Posts by: Andrew Schmertz
Both candidates tried to rally their base just a week before the election.
At a conference by the Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, easy access to placing bets sparked worry that the state’s gambling addiction problem will only grow worse.
The Energy Master Plan Committee held a public hearing to advance the participation process that will shape the goal of total conversion of New Jersey’s energy production profile to 100 percent ...
Thanks to a new state law, every voter who got a mail-in ballot in 2016 will automatically get one this year, unless they opt out in writing.
This year, New Jersey is the third largest producer of peaches nationwide.
Officials celebrate turning the illegal dumping site of the former Camden Labs to an open space project for the city.
There wasn’t much disagreement between manufacturers and a bipartisan caucus of state lawmakers over the impact trade tariffs are having on businesses in New Jersey.
The lucky ones escaped with just a mess on their hands. Some residents say there has been no immediate help from local or state agencies.
A new report by the Prison Policy Initiative, a group that calls for prison reform, found that the national unemployment rate for the formerly incarcerated is 27 percent. New Jersey had made a ...
Nearly six months after the mass shooting in Parkland Florida, students from Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School are still working to advance policies to end gun violence. The students made a stop ...
The program provides for residents of Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine to rotate through VA clinics.
National night out is a festive event, but its mission of improving relations between police and the communities they serve is a serious one.
The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive species recently spotted in New Jersey. The state Department of Agriculture has quarantined three counties in the hopes of preventing the insect's spread. Without ...
The County College of Morris plans to expand facilities in an effort to fill the skills gap in the state's manufacturing sector.
The boarding school tuition is as much as $58,000 a year, but 40 percent of the students receive some financial aid thanks to the donation.