The lawsuit asserts that charter schools contribute to the state's ranking as the sixth-most segregated state in the US for black students and seventh for Latinos.
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The activists are also looking to put pressure on federal lawmakers to approve $600 million for election security funding at the state level.
This marks the second year in a row the report has placed New Jersey dead last in its ranking and findings suggest New Jersey has a long road ahead in improving its roads.
A Newark charter failed to open on time for the school year — now its students are being bussed out to various community centers throughout the state.
A vocational training program at the Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute is offering people with disabilities valuable lab experience.
A parade of economists and policy experts offered a panel of state lawmakers a dim view of the effectiveness of New Jersey’s former economic incentive programs, while offering some suggestions for ...
Rep. Donald Norcross called on New Jersey’s congressional delegation to join him in sponsoring what he termed “pro-worker legislation.”
Officials say there is no threat to public safety at this time. It's unclear if the parade will be rescheduled or if residents will have to wait until next year.
A series of forums is underway in Newark to get community buy-in for the city’s new “land bank” initiative, which proponents say will be a powerful tool in combating the abandoned properties ...
A trio of workers, including a pilot, engineer and technician, do their infrared inspections for the Atlantic City Electric region once a year, surveying 1,300 miles of transmission lines from high ...
The medical director for New Jersey's Poison Control Center says lead in water is connected to lower blood lead levels than lead from household paint and other sources.
Correspondent Briana Vannozzi is in Newark for its fifth National Night Out.
Jersey City officials unveiled a new, three-stage firetruck that will help city firefighters battle blazes at the upper reaches of skyscrapers.
Long Branch has the only library system in the state to have a full-time social worker on staff. Now, libraries including Newark and Hoboken are looking to replicate the model.
Citing the short-term rental tax enacted last year, shore homeowners and businesses say they're bringing in less money at the height of the summer season.