As the year comes to a close, the Delaware River Port Authority took the opportunity to look ahead.
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Beekeeping in New Jersey in the past was regulated by municipalities, but a 2015 law set statewide standards to maintain the health of bee colonies. The Department of Agriculture was then asked to ...
Over the course of two months, teams from New Jersey were sent to Puerto Rico for two week stints.
Vanguard Medical Group President Dr. Robert Eidus says they’re expecting the flu season to peak around Christmas, and they’re expecting it to hit hard.
In a subway walkway underground, near Times Square, police responded to reports of an explosion.
Board of Public Utilities and other stakeholders convene to address the future of the state's solar industry and market.
Railmen for Children works with NJ Transit to bring gifts and holiday cheer to underprivileged and special needs kids.
Northern State Prison hosts a career day to help current inmates hit the ground running once they're released.
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.
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.