HomeFront provides shelter at a central campus for families without splitting them up. Beyond that, the organization offers services that helps the community with opportunities for employment and ...
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The goal of the initiative is with more New Jersey students able to receive SNAP, there’s a better chance of them completing their education and going on to land higher paying jobs.
According to a survey, of the 419,000 students attending college in New Jersey, about one-third, or 139,000, are food insecure. Among community college students, 42 percent are facing hunger.
Amazon representatives surprised teachers and students at Columbus Elementary School in Carteret with resources and grants to help them with STEM education programs.
Environmental activists say part of the reason why they don’t support the compressor station and pipeline project is because they’ve seen firsthand the impact it has on other communities. But ...
According to the report, young male veterans have higher unemployment rates then similar civilians, which can make it harder for them to afford enough to eat.
While voters have come out in full force in New Jersey, it hasn’t been an altogether smooth process.
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 ...