Virginia Tech civil engineer and professor Dr. Marc Edwards discovered the elevated lead levels in Flint, and now he’s planning to conduct water testing in Newark.
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New Jersey's resiliency program ultimately aims to prevent officers from committing suicide by requiring every law enforcement agency to have at least one police officer who doubles as a resiliency ...
The more antibiotics are used to treat infections, the more bacteria evolve and learn to respond to -- or resist -- drugs.
Filmmaking duo Ralph and Zelda Patterson are hoping to inspire action through art — their latest film "The Stoic Man" encourages African Americans, especially men, to seek help.
The superintendent reported overall growth in English language arts for the district and a similar result for mathematics from 2014 to 2019.
The transit agency says after two years of testing, it will offer transportation companies the research results so they can decide whether to steer their fleet toward shuttles without steering wheels.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced a multi-pronged program Monday to bolster the state’s response to specifically addressing the existence of lead in public schools’ water.
Senate President Sweeney calls the high number of New Jerseyans exposed to lead in drinking water a crisis.
Mayor Ras Baraka and other officials came prepared with a vigorous defense against criticism that they had failed the test of timeliness and transparency.
Newark officials held a health fair and information session for residents Wednesday at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
Newark and the Port Authority have reached an agreement that will pay the city $155 million, just as it embarks on a multi-million-dollar program to replace thousands of lead service lines at no ...
Belleville Mayor Michael Melham said his feeling of helplessness is what drove him to put up a donated billboard to try to shame the state Department of Environmental Protection into providing 6,000 ...
The Coca-Cola Foundation has awarded a $140,000 grant to Newark, making it one of seven cities nationwide to run the foundation-funded pilot program.
The private water company Suez North America is working to replace lead pipes and gooseneck connectors with copper below the streets of in Bergen and Hudson counties.
His disapproval rating increased in the same time period, from 31% up to 40%.