An FDA panel unanimously recommended approval of a cancer treatment for patients who
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A new electronic system captures an infant’s footprint, replacing the traditional ink and paper imprint.
Environmentalists say the long-awaited water management blueprint doesn’t go far enough.
The Senate GOP bill will cause premiums to go up and the number of uninsured Americans to surge.
Some Newark schools partnered with i2 Learning to bring STEM week to middle school students.
Advocates are calling for air conditioned classrooms to limit lost instruction time due to excessive heat.
In the face of a potential change in the Assembly's speakership, some groups call for more diverse leadership.
All proceeds from "Mansion in May" will go toward establishing a nursing center at Morristown Medical Center.
Students take creative ideas and try to turn them into actual start-up businesses, securing capital and positioning new products for a specific, defined markets for the annual Innovation Expo at ...
The Mount Olive Robotics Team has a full blown curriculum and nearly 150 students who compete on varsity and JV teams. Students are competing in the first national championship.
When the winter storm started, Jersey City deployed roughly 80 public works crews to hit the streets, plowing and spreading more than 6,000 tons of salt.
Heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the U.S. From 2014 to 2015 death rates increased from 167 to 168.5 deaths per 100,000 people.
The Assembly's Tourism, Gaming, and Arts Committee unanimously passed a bill that prevents anyone who closes a casino from obtaining another casino license for five years.
Rising Tide Capital helps entrepreneurs in low-income communities start their own businesses in an effort to kick-start economic and social empowerment in the communities they serve.