The state attorney general has launched a separate series of listening sessions across New Jersey and directed police departments to release, upon formal requests, body and dash camera videos of ...
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The new program entails officers attend all neighborhood, civic and business association meetings; visit schools; and work only within their assigned wards.
Sen. Sweeney discusses what’s next for marijuana legalization, his ambitious pension reform proposal and convening tax incentive hearings in the Senate.
A new technique to prevent tensions that can escalate to violence in schools.
At Living Lessons Day, held every two years, 50 victims and survivors of tragedies and adversities come to share their journeys and resilience.
Advocates say the state may be doing well right now in tax collections, but New Jersey needs more money for schools, infrastructure, NJ Transit, environmental cleanup and much more.
While there's wide support for medical expansion, that legislation is tie-barred to legalization of adult-use recreational marijuana.
Fourteen months ago, a judge ruled that Newark's Civilian Complaint Review Board would infringe on the day-to-day duties of the police chief or public safety director.
GSI President Regina Egea asked if and how New Jersey could reverse three uncomfortable truths about its economy and business climate.
Bob Menendez went to Augusta Pre-School Academy in Irvington to talk about his bill — the Child Care for Working Families Act.
On Teacher Appreciation Day, the pastor of St. James AME Church came to Quitman Community School in Newark to offer praise and thanks to the teachers.
A 20,000 square foot redeveloped building on Jersey City’s Martin Luther King Jr. Drive is the new national headquarters of Rising Tide Capital.
A decline in academy recruits and high attrition have created a staffing shortage at the DOC.
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver said that spats within municipalities can stifle redevelopment and that cooperation is needed.
The science, technology, engineering and math center has sections for robotics, drones, chemistry, computer science and more.