Posts by: Mary Alice Williams
METS campuses in Newark and Jersey City have been plagued by low academic achievement, chaotic classrooms and high staff turnover.
With over 72,000 small businesses in New Jersey, local merchants gear up for Small Business Saturday.
For the first time, a possible culprit has been identified in the more than 2,000 vaping-related illnesses and 39 deaths, including one in New Jersey.
NJTV News anchor Mary Alice Williams sat down with Dr. Su Wang, who has answers on the Hepatitis A outbreak.
NJTV News anchor Mary Alice Williams sat down with former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to discuss a variety of topics.
Hoboken's Rebuild by Design project is a four-part water management strategy: Resist the coastal flooding, delay its release, store it, and discharge when it can do the least damage.
Protections like sea walls and tide gates are a major part of New Jersey's plans to protect coastal areas from flooding. But some communities are also enlisting help from nature.
Gov. Murphy has proposed an ambitious energy plan, but the rollout of clean energy will be costly.
Rising temperatures and sea levels are threatening the health and well-being of New Jersey’s residents.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson explains how 9/11 brought him back to public service, and whether or not America's current counterterrorism efforts are keeping the country safe.
Cosmetics legend Bobbi Brown moved to Montclair the day after her honeymoon. Since then, she's been a fixture in the community. Her latest venture is opening The George Hotel.
Murphy will have the most diverse Cabinet in the state’s history. Nine of his 17 Cabinet picks so far are people of color. Eight are women.
Jim Gaines of Plainsboro was one of at least seven people who were killed after an Amtrak train derailed near Philadelphia.
The Revel casino will be closing Sept. 10 after no buyer could be found in bankruptcy court.