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If it passes, the farm bill will lower income limits for eligibility and require most adults ages 18 to 59 to work at least 20 hours a week to be eligible for food assistance.
Senate Budget Committee Chair Paul Sarlo insists all the whispers of a budget impasse are just that.
In December, the Republican lead FCC voted to end the statute creating equal treatment for all internet service providers, citing a free market as the goal. Democrats in the U.S. Senate are poised to ...
It’s been five years since Chief Scott Thomson took the oath to lead a newly regionalized Camden County police force. Do the statistics match the resident's perception of crime in Camden?
Five million students worldwide exercised at the same time, thanks to an idea that started in Montville 30 years ago.
Parents of adults with developmental disabilities ring the alarm over what they call neglect and a severe shortage of medical resources in the state.
Rep. Frank Pallone is calling out the FDA for delaying a rule that will allow Juul to stay on the market until 2022 without review or regulation.
One thing is certain in Montclair, tradition is the thread that ties the old and new, and top-notch hospitality is the focus.
Pace Glass broke ground in Andover Township for its planned 250,000 square foot glass recycling facility that will bring hundreds of jobs to Sussex County.
The lesson helps students decide whether they'll pursue a career in surgery or remain outside the operating room.
The Time Is Now Coalition, which was established to combat sexual harassment and assault, shared what they learned after months of discussions with survivors and others across the state.
The pressing issues of school funding and bail reform were discussed in the Senate Budget and Appropriations hearing.
Testimony in the Senate Public Safety Committee lasted for hours, with residents on both sides of the debate using the hearing as a final opportunity to catch lawmakers' ears.
Spend some cash at a participating Newark business and get money back in the form of a rebate.
Republicans Dana Wefer and Lindsay Brown running for US Senate and House of Representatives, respectively, hope to capture the state's centrist lane.