Numbers from the Anti-Defamation League show there were 200 anti-Semitic incidents reported in New Jersey in 2018.
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More than 5,000 people will travel from around the world to attend this year’s VOICE Summit at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark.
Prosecutors, police, youth offenders and casino owners have all teamed up for a new youth diversionary arts program in Atlantic City that gives teens the opportunity to work with artists painting ...
Newark Venture Partners has 65 portfolio companies and 31 maintain a presence in Newark -- growing the Brick City’s mission of becoming the Silicon Valley of the east.
Scientists have been working to achieve fusion energy for nearly 70 years.
“Visions” is about hitting the bottom of alcohol and drug addiction, awakening to the problem, and coming into treatment and recovery.
Cooper’s Poynt Waterfront Park was used to host performances and workshops by Trenton Circus Squad, which was brought to residents by a collaboration between Cooper's Ferry Partnership and Camden ...
Carli Lloyd's influence on South Jersey, where she still lives, can be felt all around.
The second annual Jersey Shore Beach Report assessed the state's beach water quality nourishment programs.
Cancer survivor Kasey Massa created Camp No Worries as a place where kids with cancer and their siblings could relax and have fun.
The Sojourn High Vocational Technology Lab is the first program of its kind taking place inside a juvenile detention center. The lab will prepare students for life after their detainment with ...
The Cut It Out program at Raritan Valley Community College teaches students how to talk to clients that may be victims of domestic abuse, as well as how to spot the warning signs.
The Rutgers Food Innovation Center is a business incubator for food and beverage companies. The center helps startups and early stage companies to grow and has attracted both local and international ...
Proton therapy targets radiation to a specific area, sparing healthy tissue.
The Stop Surprise Medical Bills Act would expand protections to residents whose plans aren't protected by New Jersey law.