NJ Transit is expanding its de-escalation program for front line workers.
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In October, Rep. Josh Gottheimer introduced new bipartisan legislation designed to adjust how the National Cancer Institute spends federal dollars.
The Cherry Hill School District’s policy on school lunch debt sparked a national conversation and helped to motivate a number of bills in Trenton.
After losing one of his best friends in Iraq, Jack Fanous started the GI Go Fund, a nonprofit dedicated to helping veterans.
After over 50% of people surveyed had a general lack of knowledge about the museum's focus, the Newark Museum has changed its name to The Newark Museum of Art.
Doctors, nurses, and pharmacists from hospital emergency departments in New Jersey learned about a new initiative to reduce opioid prescribing.
One of many startling findings the New Jersey Hospital Association details in their latest report: emergency room records show patients as young as 10 now report having used e-cigarette devices.
The 16,000 pounds collected from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day joined the 2,800 tons of garbage brought to Covanta Essex daily Tuesday.
In 2026, the United States will celebrate its 250th birthday, and New Jersey is getting ready for the milestone.
At the Hayes Park Recreation Center, which is free for all residents seven and up, the girls do everything together, from homework to yoga and even dance in a competitive stepping team.
A New Jersey Business and Industry Association and Einstein's Alley annual conference looked into the future at the roles automation will play in all sectors of business.
To give key stakeholders an idea of what it's like to be a former inmate reentering society, the New Jersey State Parole Board held a simulation at Monmouth University.
On Monday, Congressman Frank Pallone unveiled the Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019 to address the youth e-cigarette crisis in the country.
A Teaneck workshop Friday examined the effects of social media on Generation Z – people 9 to 24 years old, who don’t know a time without it.
Sen. Cunningham and Assemblywoman McKnight, two sponsors of legislation that would make New Jersey the third state to change the state's discrimination law to include hair, listened to students' ...