Rutgers Cancer Institute of NJ makes the list of the MDS Foundation 'Centers of Excellence".
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Centering programs provide information that helps empower women, which in turn lowers preterm births rates.
While African-Americans make up 15 percent of the state’s total population, they represent 50 percent of those currently living with HIV/AIDS in the state.
A Leonia ordinance prohibits non-residents from driving through the town during commuting hours.
Accordion players travel from across the nation to have their instruments repaired by Guenadiy Lazarov, a retired physicist and accordion aficionado.
For students who want be the first in their families to go to college, it can be hard to envision themselves at a university. A program at People's Prep in Newark aims to help.
A new space opens in Princeton to foster science and engineering startups.
Funding for community health centers around the country are up in the air because the federal government has not passed a long term budget.
Several bills pass through the Senate Education Committee in the Legislature.
At an open house, potential students learn about a free transportation, distribution, and logistics training program at NJCU.
A new report by NJ Policy Perspective calls for legislation that would extend health care to children who are unauthorized immigrants.
New Jersey Reentry Corporation opened a new facility in Elizabeth to provide reentry services to inmates and the recently released.
Essex county mayors stood against alleged comments made by President Trump about immigrants from Haiti and African countries.
Newark Venture Partners give companies the opportunity to pitch their tech products to investors to raise capital.
AristaCare at Delaire nursing home workers went on strike hoping to come to a bargain agreement.