Efforts are increasing to help students who aren’t getting enough nutritious food; by one estimate, as many as one-third suffer from ‘food insecurity.’
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Middle school students from The Elisabeth Morrow School visited and played music for the seniors at the Bergen Family Center in Englewood.
More than 300 students, many with special needs or come from underprivileged homes, got in the holiday spirit aboard Santa's Train.
Local officials in Paterson have long dreamed of a renaissance in their gritty town -- now the state is stepping in to help revitalize the ruins of its long-abandoned factories and mills.
A Rutgers University professor lifts the techniques of an art forger to teach chemistry.
Following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Tuesday marks a day of charitable giving.
The Murphy administration is working to avoid a repeat of last year's inaugural snowstorm debacle, which saw NJ commuters driven to outrage while waiting in hours of traffic.
Speakers say it's critical the next generation understands how women fought for rights and that the work needs to continue.
For those looking to get a Thanksgiving day jump on this year's Black Friday deals, some big box stores made doorbusters available early.
Rivaling places like France, Italy and Spain, New Jersey is making a name for itself in the wine industry.
The new law, which goes into effect Sunday, requires installation of technology that locks ignition if it detects a driver’s alcohol level is above the legal limit.
A 10-year-old boy shot at a high school football playoff game last Friday between Camden and Pleasantville has died.
Rutgers-Camden University junior used a sleep out event to raise awareness about the homeless population to his fellow classmates.
NJ Transit is expanding its de-escalation program for front line workers.
In October, Rep. Josh Gottheimer introduced new bipartisan legislation designed to adjust how the National Cancer Institute spends federal dollars.