A new report shows a surprising disparity in the number of kids who display the criteria for autism spectrum disorder, but have no diagnosis.
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In Paterson, officials are tackling so-called barrier to education by expanding a federally-funded program, that’s shown some success among younger pupils, to its JFK High School.
The Environmental Protection Agency is rolling out the first steps of the Cleaner Trucks Initiative.
Several state leaders, including first lady Tammy Murphy, joined Rep. Frank Pallone Friday to announce his CLEAN Future Act.
It’s been called the “Senior Tsunami,” an impending demographic wave in the form of an aging population that planners and policy experts say New Jersey’s communities are not prepared to ...
A story that began with traffic cones at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 opened another chapter Tuesday as the Supreme Court took up the appeal brought by two former associates of Chris Christie ...
A bill awaiting the governor's signature would require insurance companies to cover fertility preservation treatments in patients who have to undergo harsh treatments like radiation and chemotherapy ...
Financial incentives and more charging stations are part of the bill to inspire more electric vehicle purchases.
A new federal law is offering hope for those besieged by solicitation and scam phone calls.
We take a look back at the biggest health stories in New Jersey in 2019 -- from vaccinations, to vaping and the opioid epidemic.
Carlos Rodriquez, who runs the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, talks about the impact of cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in New Jersey.
As part of the curriculum in the nursing program at Thomas Edison State University, nursing students get out of the classroom and spend time working with Trenton's EMS and Fire Department.
More debt, lower graduation rates and higher student loan default rates. That’s the reality for many students who choose for-profit colleges and universities to prepare for their careers, according ...
This year’s décor features the handiwork of 9 different New Jersey garden clubs that vied for the ability to decorate a room.
In New Jersey, 795 people take their own lives each year and, according to a panel in Trenton, that's only a fifth of those who try.