Mail-in ballots are drastically changing the landscape of early voting this election.
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The head of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority outlines the state's plan to bring in venture capital funds while lifting up women and minorities.
At a conference in Newark, health care workers, policy makers and state leaders are gathering. Proposing prevention strategies and improvements to obstetric care.
Jersey City is widely considered the most diverse city in the state making it all the harder to count.
The Legislature gave the green light for the special committee Monday and granted subpoena power for the investigation, passing resolutions in both chambers.
Cesar Sayoc is charged with five federal crimes and faces up to 58 years in prison if convicted.
A new poll out Thursday from Monmouth University puts the two candidates in a statistical dead heat.
A mobile tech learning lab at Bell Works shows how virtual reality can be used in the classroom.
Lee Seglem of the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation discusses the history of the watchdog organization and some of its most consequential investigations that have led to meaningful reform.
In the most recent ALICE report, the numbers demonstrate that the economic growth the stock market has been enjoying doesn't reflect reality for many NJ families.
At the NJ NAACP Annual Convention, members and attendees discussed how to make the most of the upcoming midterm elections for the black community.
A national report from the Food Research & Action Center found the number of New Jersey children receiving after school meals through two federal programs is increasing. However, advocates say the ...
The acting director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer affairs says the most important thing to do is to check with the division to make sure the mover is licensed.
Attendees asked the committee -- which is made up of members from the Board of Public Utilities -- to rethink state projects with environmental impact as a whole system instead of individually.
The race is even more competitive than analysts predicted. In the wealthy suburban district where registered Republican voters outnumber Democrats and the registered independents outnumber both, ...