As a way to help ease the problem of stormwater overflow, the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority sponsored a team from Rowan to develop a green infrastructure plan for the Waterfront South ...
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Over 102,000 people are denied the right to vote in New Jersey because of a criminal conviction, but a pending piece of legislation is looking to change that.
Dr. Nicole McGrath of KinderSmiles Foundation is leading the charge on increasing oral care access and education throughout the Garden State.
A 67-year-old Toms River resident was reunited with the 21-year-old from Kassel, Germany who saved her life at a press event at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick.
Roughly 478,000 people board the agency’s buses every day, nearly double the riders on NJ Transit’s rail lines. But that reflects a 7.3% decline in daily bus passengers since 2009, according to ...
A special task force created by Gov. Phil Murphy met again Wednesday in Trenton, this time taking comments from the public.
There are over 200 nurseries in Cumberland County, and last week New Jersey legislators received a tour of three of them — all family owned.
It could mean bad news for commuters if repairs have to be made to existing Hudson tunnels before the new tunnels under the Gateway Project can be completed.
After working as the only woman at job sites for years, Judaline Cassidy is passing on her expertise and knowledge to the next generation of young girls who want to work in the trades.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal's approach to implementing the new gun violence prevention law is centered around informing the public about the recourse they can take.
Under the new law, a person who is deemed a risk to themselves or others by "having custody or control of, owning, possessing, purchasing or receiving a firearm" can have those gun rights taken ...
The 23-story tower at Livingston Avenue and George Street is the home of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, and hundreds were on hand this week for its official opening.
Rep. Frank Pallone was in Edison Thursday to shine a spotlight on the Hot Cars Act, which would require all car companies to install technology to alert drivers of passengers in the back seat.
Sustainability efforts from NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, have created a favorable scenario for New Jersey's fishing industry.
Out of 32 contestants in the Tourism Tournament, Red Mill Museum Village won in the final round against Ringwood Manor.