Social justice advocates say a Yale Law School study is the ammunition needed to end isolated confinement by law in New Jersey.
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Rutgers helps students register to vote for midterm elections.
At a joint committee hearing, education experts testified to lawmakers about how to fund higher education based on outcomes.
One hospital looks to build trust with African-American men and increase their health outcomes.
Newark Public Library is the latest to participate in a program to help those who are blind or visually impaired tap into the wealth of knowledge available to others.
Paterson Great Falls YouthBuild celebrated a graduation ceremony where many students expressed gratitude for the opportunities the program offered them. YouthBuild is a national program that 16- to ...
Recovering addict, best-selling author and founder of a wellness center Brian McAlister has created a virtual recovery tool to help others manage addiction recovery.
Building a Culture of Health in Newark conference met for the second year. Believe in a Healthy Newark initiative was among the leaders and advocated for best practices around healthy homes, fitness, ...
It's not about spending more money on addiction treatment, but using it more effectively -- according to a new report by the New Jersey Reentry Corporation.
The Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill that would impose mandatory installation of ignition interlock devices for all drunk driving offenders' vehicles.
On National POW/MIA Recognition Day, former LT. Gov. Kim Guadagno helped celebrate some of the state's Gold Star families.
NJ Transit technicians are hard at work installing components of positive train control to meet the federally mandated year-end deadline.
Rutgers University Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources highlights its far reach like the Cooperative Extension network that is linked with farms across the country and an international ...
Mayor Anthony Fanucci talks about how creating an enticing business environment has helped to gain national recognition for one of the state's largest, but lesser-known, cities.
Rutgers University cuts the ribbon on their new state of the art chemistry and chemical biology building, with a focus on innovative research.