At Monmouth University’s Climate Conference experts discuss effects of climate change, especially in New Jersey.
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Health advocates and students joined Pallone to introduce the Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019.
Sen. Bob Menendez is pushing to crackdown on robocalls that have been plaguing residents nationwide. During the press event calling on regulations and stiffer penalties, Menendez received a robocall.
380 million-years-old fossils discovered at William Paterson University offer a unique opportunity to teach about climate change.
Willingboro High School is home to an interactive lab for students to learn about a farming technique that uses fish waste as a nutrient for plants.
New Jersey's foreclosure rate remains the worst in the nation. But it’s not just homeowners facing the problem -- it's renters too.
In commemoration of Autism Awareness Day, Kerry Magro read his new children’s book “I Will Light It Up Blue” to 35 autistic students from Jersey City’s McNair Academic High School.
The state’s foreclosure rate remains the worst in the nation. In many cases, it's unclear who is responsible for the properties. Legislation has been introduced to help create transparency and ...
Female students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics were able to interact and network with female scientists, entrepreneurs and researchers.
The jazz band is one of 15 finalists nationwide competing at Lincoln Center’s 24th Annual Essentially Ellington High School Band Competition and Festival. Last year, the band came in second -- this ...
People gathered at The Islamic Society of Central Jersey to hold a vigil for the victims of the New Zealand shooting and denounce Islamophobia.
Despite officials at the correctional facility saying they've already addressed the issues that were cited in a recent federal report, advocates say they're not buying it.
Whether you’re trolling him or supporting him, the Newark mayor made sure to come prepared with video testimonies and receipts to back up how he says he’s moving the city forward.
The lawsuit alleges that in 2004, Gugliotta began sexually abusing a minor who was 14 at the time.
At the end of March Pallone expects to move the bills out of subcommittee, and ultimately onto the House floor.