Thousands come to Atlantic City each year for educational sessions on everything from holding the line on property taxes to climate change. And while the mood is upbeat, with swag bags in tow, much of ...
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Panelists discussed harm reduction methods for individuals with substance use disorder.
The algae turned lake water into a thick, pea soup-like pool, leading to swimming advisories and major losses for the tourism industry.
Thirteen colleges and universities in New Jersey stand to losing millions in federal funding if a partisan standoff in Congress continues.
At the YMCA in Somerville on Veterans Day, the subject was, appropriately enough, veterans themselves — the problems they face and what is being done to address their particular needs.
Three members of the city council, all members of the Black Caucus, said Friday they had introduced legislation encompassing a prohibition on all sales of so-called flavored vapes,
Gun violence experts were present at the Rutgers University Center on Gun Violence Research Thursday.
The day after Airbnb suffered a stinging defeat at the hands of voters in Jersey City the lingering residue of a bitter, bruising battle was still evident in the comments by the opposing sides.
There's one state Senate seat up for grabs this year and it's in South Jersey's District 1.
More than $5 million has been raised, and mostly spent, in the pitched battle over a Jersey City ballot question on regulations for short-term rentals through online sites like Airbnb.
The unprecedented increase in requests for vote-by-mail ballots could have a major influence on this year’s Assembly election outcome, especially in areas like Somerset and Union County.
Alarms are sounding in Bayonne over concerns that a deal between two healthcare companies could lead to the closure of the city’s only full-service hospital.
In pursuit of environmental justice, the Attorney General's Office announced the filing of six lawsuits targeting polluters in minority and low-income neighborhoods across the state Friday.
New Jersey lawmaker Anthony Bucco took over the state Senate seat his namesake father had held for more than 20 years until his death last month from a heart attack.
The battle in Jersey City over regulation of Airbnb listings has become a knock-down, drag-out affair, with millions of dollars spent, a barrage of advertisements and both sides accusing the other of ...