The 200-year-old First Reformed Church in New Brunswick is helping domestic violence survivors and their families by providing permanent housing.
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Cultural barriers can make it difficult for different communities to find the proper healthcare available to them. One health fair in Newark focused on providing information specifically to the Latin ...
State Question No. 1 is the only statewide question on the Nov. 5 ballot, and it asks NJ voters a question about extending an annual property tax deduction for veterans.
Last week, breast cancer survivors and fighters attended Saint Peter's University Hospital's annual Breast Reconstruction Day, or BRA Day event.
Easterseals New Jersey, a nonprofit job training program for people with disabilities, held a ribbon cutting for its brand new office in Woodbury.
About 100 leaders from a range of backgrounds, including law enforcement, education and healthcare, attended the Commission's "Implicit Bias" conference Tuesday at Bergen Community College in ...
In an almost unanimous vote, the New Jersey State Board of Education advanced a proposal that would reduce the number of standardized tests and graduation requirements for high school students.
Now in its second year, the Cream Ridge farm invites the public onto its property to admire, pick and photograph sunflowers of different colors and heights, totaling upwards of one million.
Since its founding in 2013, DigitalUndivided has built more than 50 companies and raised over $25 million in investments. Now, they’re moving headquarters from Atlanta to Newark.
Assistive technology software and devices at a new learning center in Trenton are breaking down barriers and providing independence to people who are blind and visually impaired.
Pallone says he's optimistic about the bill's chances in gaining across-the-aisle support in the Senate, especially after President Donald Trump voiced support for lowering drug prices.
Stockton University hosted its first Cannabis Fair and Business Expo to prepare students for jobs in the cannabis industry ahead of possible legalization.
To mark International Walk to School Day, the over 400 students at Newark's Marion P. Thomas Charter School learned from a handful of speakers about the importance of walking to and from school ...
After a 52-0 loss to the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday, Rutgers University's athletic director Pat Hobbs has dismissed head football coach Chris Ash.
Staff, families and donors gathered for the ceremony and showed their appreciation for the renovations, which include a second-floor addition, upgraded playgrounds and classrooms and more office space ...