While voters have come out in full force in New Jersey, it hasn’t been an altogether smooth process.
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The Teaneck International Film Festival deals with the issues of race, gender and the #MeToo movement.
Princeton University hosts its second annual pumpkin toss, a fun Halloween tradition with a scientific twist.
The Conserve Wildlife Foundation is holding training workshops to help teachers incorporate a Falcon Cam into their science curriculum.
Operation Watch Dog is a voluntary program that allows law enforcement to collect video evidence from participating residents and businesses.
Atlantic City Electric is funding a six-year, $6.5 million initiative for a workforce development program. It's being implemented through a partnership with three South Jersey vo-tech schools, ...
While New Jersey has laws to protect tenants against household hazards like lead paint, there are no standards to regulate mold.
Competition-based video gaming, or esports, could be the newest form of tourism to hit Atlantic City, especially for millennials.
Professors and entrepreneurs testified at a joint committee hearing extolling the virtues of fuel cell technology like hydrogen-powered cars. One of the biggest challenges that remains is how the ...
Tom Kean and Jim Florio say there’s no room for politics when it comes to protecting the environment.
Sitting U.S. Supreme Court Justices and Princeton University alumnae Kagan and Sotomayor reflected on the current climate of political divide and the importance to stay above the fray at a conference ...
Audience members were eager to hear what their fellow alumni had to say in the wake of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s controversial confirmation hearing.
A bipartisan bill that expands access to treatment for substance abuse disorders and cracks down on illicit import of opioids passes both houses of Congress. The proposed legislation also expands ...
From the outside, the Paradigm Therapeutic Day School looks like any school, but it's what’s going on inside that separates it from the rest.
Despite the rain, the county’s beach badge sales for the summer were more than $19 million, which is about the same amount as last year’s sales.