The state commemorates the late Dr. King.
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New Jersey leaders have tinkered with the 2009 school funding formula law, but under-aided districts still insist over-aided districts are benefiting to their detriment.
The energy that runs through the lines and powers the equipment and everything else at Red Bull Arena comes from waste processed at Covanta’s Newark facility about a mile away.
The just-launched College and University Social Justice Coalition is tapping into a youth awakening after the Parkland school shooting.
The New Jersey Reentry Corporation’s fourth annual conference focused on finding solutions and best practices and included testimonies from experts around the country.
Jersey City kicked off its Green Business Certification Program to incentivize businesses to reduce their environmental impact and foster a culture of sustainability.
The city's Ivy Hill neighborhood, which is home to some 30,000 residents, has not had its own police precinct in more than a century.
Harvey says real police reform takes time, and that means the city might not comply with the timeline laid out in its federal consent decree.
President Trump's three-point plan to combat the nation's opioid epidemic includes treatment, prevention and stiff penalties for traffickers -- up to and including the death penalty.
Law enforcement reacted to President Trump's call to impose the death penalty on drug dealers to combat the opioid epidemic.
With all the talk about innovation and technological advances, the goal of the NJIT conference came down to better care for patients.
A superior court judge has sided with Newark's police union by denying the city's civilian complaint review board the ability to recommend discipline for officers.
Gottheimer said his efforts to improve the return on investment have led to real savings for his 5th District taxpayers.
Brooklyn-based Pilotworks opened a shared kitchen space in downtown Newark to help bolster culinary entrepreneurs.
A traveling Rutgers University exhibit traces the history of incarceration in America, including the internment of 120,000 men, women and children of Japanese descent.