Residents of Newark’s South Ward packed the first of two public meetings, curious to find out more about a proposed PATH extension into their community and how it will affect them.
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Congressman Josh Gottheimer hosted a roundtable discussion on the Health Insurance Tax and other aspects of tax reform with small business owners.
Atlantic Health System hospitals cut waste through an idea sprung from an internal innovation initiative known as AHA.
Strikers outside of Rep. Leonard Lance's office have been fasting for four days in an effort to draw attention to immigration policies.
It's unclear is how that $69 million settlement from Volkswagen will be spent.
The number of students chronically absent in the 2015 to 2016 school year is down by about 8,000 from the year before, but problems remain.
Rep. Chris Smith announced that the words "the bearer was convicted of a sex offense against a minor" will now appear in a convicted sex offender’s passport.
The NJEA has confirmed that all of the roughly $5.7 million in independent expenditures the teacher's union spent on legislative races this year came from membership dues, not from voluntary donations ...
The Xenex robot, temporarily named Jimi, uses pulsed xenon to kill superbugs, germs, and bacteria in five minutes or less.
After spending $4.5 million to oust Senate President Steve Sweeney in favor of a Republican challenger, the state's largest teachers union says they're willing to work with him.
Roots and Wings serves aged out foster youth in the state who were never permanently adopted.
There are two statewide ballot questions this year that deal with funding for public libraries and money from environmental lawsuits.
Confusion surrounds the ACA as open enrollment begins, but advocates say consumers can find a plan that's right for them.
A new study by the RAND Corporation found mechanical knees are more dangerous than the newer, computerized technology known as microprocessor knees.
Though pharmaceutical companies are not allowed to pay doctors directly to prescribe certain medications, they are allowed to compensate them for things like appearances at academic conferences and ...