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The conversation at the Somerset County Business Partnership's Business Builders Breakfast started by defining sexual harassment. By the end, the goal was to make business owners and managers aware of ...
Pascrell told a room of union leaders, now is the chance to update the NAFTA agreement so good-paying, middle-class jobs aren’t sent abroad.
A bill that would restore funding to Planned Parenthood and other family planning centers heads to Murphy's desk, along with a host of other bills following the first full Assembly voting session of ...
Manufacturing companies spoke about issues facing the industry, including raising the minimum wage.
National Black Chamber of Commerce and others host a workshop to give a boost to Newark area small businesses by using social network platforms.
Since implementing measures like data-driven early warning system interventions for at-risk students, Camden schools have seen dropout rates cut in half and graduation rates increase.
The PennEast Pipeline company has filed eminent domain notices in federal court against 92 landowners along a proposed pipeline route.
Rutgers Cancer Institute of NJ makes the list of the MDS Foundation 'Centers of Excellence".
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.