A new cancer center was announced in New Brunswick with the goal of improving cancer research, detection and treatment in New Jersey.
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A Paterson school that's over 100 years old is in desperate need of repairs, but the authority charged with funding school capital projects may run out of funding itself.
Environmentalists protested expansion of the Roseland compressor station and call on Murphy to halt all fossil fuel projects. The demonstration that started in chants ended in arrests.
Solar storage projects are being tested to solve the problem of the sun's limits as a source. In these systems, solar energy is used to power facilities and stored in batteries to be used after ...
Personal trainer and FytKids founder Ambyr Chatzopoulos created a program to help young girls build their self-esteem.
The issue was debated at a hearing of the Assembly Women and Children Committee.
Using the PARCC exam as a graduation requirement has been the issue of debate since it was first implemented. Now, legislators are trying to determine where to go from here.
Altman has strong criticisms of the state's Democratic Party and says she supports that Working Families is willing to hold both parties accountable.
Department of Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson outlines priorities to the Assembly Budget Committee that include medication-assisted treatment access and reducing infant and maternal ...
The governor touted his tightening of gun laws in a state that already has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation. However, without research, policy isn't enough.
A group of advocates and health care providers joined Rep. Donald Norcross in Camden to talk about the impact of the Trump administration's Title X "gag rule."
Health Commissioner Shereef Elnahal outlines his priorities for fiscal year 2020 before the Senate budget committee.
To celebrate National Robotics Week and whet interest for STEM education, middle school students build robots out of Legos.
Could Bloomfield's Lion Gate Municipal Complex represent the next generation of green infrastructure and resiliency projects?
Curators say the art is a conversation starter, a way to get the community talking about waste, recycling and human behavior.