A South Jersey man who police say has a history of making anti-Semitic comments on Facebook is leading a legal challenge to New Jersey’s so-called new red flag law, alleging that state and local ...
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Advocates and lawmakers want the state to study the impact and legacy of slavery in New Jersey and take action in the lame-duck session.
A once-moribund advisory panel that was reinvigorated by Gov. Phil Murphy to study racial and ethnic disparities in the state criminal justice system issued its report Thursday, calling for the ...
A task force of state officials created after the release of data showing a three-year increase in the number of bias crimes in New Jersey — many involving young people — met in New Brunswick on ...
Johnson says more New Jerseyans are in need of SNAP or other food assistance than those already enrolled.
Gov. Phil Murphy has declared November 10th through 16th NJ SNAP Awareness Week.
The Hispanic Association of Atlantic County encouraged the state to hold the clinic, and it reached out to Latinx workers, but only a handful came.
Through teaching ARC, clinical psychologist Dr. Jana Pressley of the Trauma Center in Massachusetts is empowering clinicians and counselors with new tools for helping traumatized children.
New York Times Magazine staff writer Nikole Hannah-Jones recently spoke about the 1619 Project in front of a sold-out audience at NJ PAC.
For the third time in recent years, coaches of a Rutgers intercollegiate team have been accused of abusing players.
At the intersection of art and science, one Rutgers University-Camden professor has collaborated with students to create a "plastomach" — a plastic-eating stomach sculpture.
A group of doctors gathered at St. Barnabas Medical Center's Viral Hepatitis Elimination Summit with a shared goal – to eliminate hepatitis by 2030.
The Business Network for Offshore Wind and the state Economic Development Authority invited the Scotland delegation and American businesses to a networking event regarding renewable energy.
The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation held a "heightened security" public hearing on the resurgence of the Pagan's Motorcycle Club.
The Camden County Police are learning lessons in force and de-escalation through using the VirTra 300, a simulator designed to prepare them for real-life scenarios they may face on the job.