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Of the over 100 people who testified at Monday's Assembly Budget hearing, the majority focused on school funding.
New strategies to protect yourself from data breaches. That was the topic up for discussion at a cyber security symposium hosted Friday at William Paterson University.
Members from a four-state coalition of environmental NGOs convened in Trenton to celebrate a big win for the Delaware River.
Newark is growing its reputation as a tech hub.
In 1967 protests erupted in the streets of Newark and less than a year later, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. That period of social unrest inspired the creation of the ...
Yes, it’s April, but the snow keeps on coming. Some districts announced school delayed openings and closures, and people in areas like Morris County woke up to more than seven inches of snow.
The room at the DEP headquarters in Trenton was packed with people who had questions about how New Jersey will re-enter the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, otherwise known as RGGI.
The current administration's stance on charter schools seems unclear in contrast with Christie's rapid expansion approach.
Minority and women-owned business attended a forum where contracting opportunities were discussed in the development of Newark Airport's new Terminal One.
Because of programs like Breakfast After the Bell, the Department of Agriculture says the number of students having breakfast at school in Paterson has increased.
The Port Authority board approved a proposal to gradually increase the minimum wage for all workers at JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark to $19 an hour by 2023.
In the Camelot program, a student with zero credits can graduate in two and a half years because of an accelerated program.
Speakers highlighted parallels between our past and our present and how they will affect the future of women's issues.
The American Gaming Association estimates Americans will bet more than $10 billion on the upcoming 2018 NCAA men’s basketball tournament. They say 97 percent of that money will be bet illegally.