A legal battle is looming over New Jersey’s new aid-in-dying law, which went into effect this month only to be set aside, temporarily at least, by a state court judge.
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Doctors also stress that a milk bank is that safest way to receive milk and moms should rethink buying it online.
In addition to rewarding students with good grades, the program also motivates students that may struggle in school.
178 students started their education at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School by taking part in the traditional “White Coat” ceremony that marks the start of the path toward becoming a medical doctor.
A bill pending in the state Legislature is aimed at boosting the use of electric vehicles both by providing incentives for buyers and to build the necessary infrastructure, including charging ...
Assemblywoman Angela McKnight is sponsoring a bill that would add hair traits historically associated with race — including texture, type and protective hairstyles such as braids, locs and twists ...
Award-winning composer, producer and sound designer Brent Daniels showed about 400 Camden campers how music is created in the digital age.
About 1,300 educators from across the state, from pre-school teachers to college professors, attended the New Jersey Department of Education’s first ever “Equity for All” conference.
Under the proposed resolution, the city would establish an agreement with the Mercer County Buildings and Construction Trades Council.
According to the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, New Jersey bases employ 70,000 residents every year.
The Express Vote XL is the newest voting machine in New Jersey. It was on display at a farmer's market in Roselle Park.
The pedestrian fatality rate in New Jersey is nearly double the national average, according to recent data.
Although slavery is commonly thought to be a thing of the past in the United States, human traffickers generate hundreds of billions of dollars yearly in profits through the sexual exploitation or ...
Youth Advocates Program of Camden County held its annual "Summer of Peace". The goal of the event is to make sure that kids are engaged in other activities to keep them off the street.
Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden says many of the program's graduates have gone on to professions in law enforcement and public safety.