Camden eighth-grade students worked with the Department of Environmental Protection to study the effects of black carbon on health and the environment.
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The New Jersey Planning Conference is a chance for planners and politicians to look ahead on projects at the federal, state and local levels.
Eighty five percent of human trafficking survivors have some form of addiction.
New Jersey ranks 45th in the country in maternal deaths. According to United Health Foundation, about 38 women die for every 100,000 live births. The national average is about 21.
Noncompliance with local hiring requirements for tax incentives hasn't always cost developers in Jersey City -- until now.
Advocate groups held an event to ensure an accurate count for the upcoming census with special attention devoted to areas that participate at lower rates.
A new report by the NJBIA ranks NJ in the middle among the region concerning industry competitiveness and innovation measured with a dozen metrics.
Tyner was appointed to his position by Gov. Chris Christie in March 2017. Diane Ruberton said at the news conference that within the first 6 months she began to notice patterns of him treating her and ...
The annual State of the Pinelands report describes the threats to the region and an action plan for conservation.
For 142 years, AT&T Labs, and its predecessor Bell Labs, have been at the forefront of technological innovations. A museum highlights the company's most monumental inventions, from the telephone ...
The company that makes the Shingrix vaccine says they're working to address the shortage by increasing deliveries and accelerating shipments.
Every year on Dec. 25 a crucial turning point in the Revolutionary War is reenacted at Washington Crossing State Park.
According to the National Retail Federation, 7 percent of shoppers wait until Christmas Eve to buy their presents.
Pallone hopes one of the first orders of business in Congress will be a federal infrastructure bill. He says that can be the bipartisan vehicle for addressing a lot of the issues that may arise due to ...
The state Division of Taxation outreach campaign sent out letters to over 750,000 people in the state who owe back taxes.