A coalition of mayors joined together to urge legislators to include expanded expungement in the adult-use marijuana bill.
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The last installment focuses on initiatives and care that provide trauma victims with a path to recovery.
A continued look into the negative psychological and physiological effects that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have on individuals.
In this third installment, correspondent Michael Hill explores how death is a pervasive adverse childhood experience (ACE) that afflicts families.
The second installment of the series highlights living conditions in Newark's South Ward district and their impact on children.
Part 1 of the Trauma's Tragedy and Treatment series, which discusses how childhood trauma can have a detrimental impact on one's livelihood.
Gov. Phil Murphy came to Woodbridge to talk about his pledge for full school funding.
Holy Name Medical Center's CEO says a new rule requiring hospitals to post their standard charges online may be more confusing than helpful if it's not followed by more reforms.
If the shutdown goes past Saturday, it would become the longest shutdown in federal government history.
As part of the 2017 Trump tax reform bill, Opportunity Zones are designated areas that offer tax breaks to developers to spur capital investment in low-income, economically distressed neighborhoods. ...
In an unanimous decision in a three-judge appellate court panel, the PARCC test was struck down as violating state law. The court gave the Department of Education a 30-day stay to potentially appeal ...
The Board of Public Utilities opened the process to get ideas from stakeholders to replace the incentive program with the goals of holding down solar costs and supporting the industry. The hope is to ...
Andrew Johnson's family says even though he won the match, the 16-year-old wrestler was dejected and went off to the side to cry.
Housing advocates acknowledge America's made great progress in fair housing, but say so much more needs to be done.
John Spielman of Kinnelon found out the hard way that while there’s great compassion for treating drug addiction as a disease, there’s still a bull's-eye on drug dealers in Morris County.