Newark Mayor Ras Baraka says the city needs a lot of lawyers to handle the thousands of eviction cases each year, and one law firm is planning to help.
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American Water unveiled a nearly $1 million investment in the Cramer Hill section of Camden. But critics cite a recent lawsuit against the private water company for not adequately notifying residents ...
Bergen County shows off its new mobile driving simulator to train personnel how to operate vehicles.
At the height of the season, New Jersey farmers will produce about 250,000 crates of them each day.
Adler Aphasia Center provides clients a chance to recover from a devastating language disorder.
A bill awaiting the governor's pen would impose a 5 cent fee on both plastic and paper single-use shopping bags, but environmentalists say that's not enough.
Your car, your watch, and even your refrigerator are, or will be, talking with each other in the world of the internet of things where devices are all connected.
Mid-State Correctional Facility attempts to shift the criminal justice approach to addiction from punitive to rehabilitative.
The next step for the boardwalk restoration is to build a steel wall further north that should protect from the area from flooding.
Everyone at the hearing pretty much agreed that there needs to be a valid paper trail for counting votes, so it appears that what was old is new again when it comes to counting votes.
About a hundred canine teams from police departments across the country and federal agencies participated in a two-day competition at Stockton University, hosted by the United States Police Canine ...
About 150 of New Jersey’s youngest came out in strollers with their moms during a rather festive rally in Trenton.
Students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology are giving the ham radio, a century-old technology, a new voice in this social media world.
Rep. Chris Smith toured the Monmouth County 911 call center and discussed the need for stricter background checks and a ban on assault rifles in the wake of the Parkland school shooting.
Nationwide and in New Jersey, football participation is on the decline. So next year, West Windsor-Plainsboro will combine the football programs of the north and south high schools.