According to the IRS, the average refund is down 8 percent from last year.
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Hunger Free New Jersey Director Adele LaTourette says that’s because some students who are eligible for the program aren’t taking advantage of it.
The mayor of Newark and nearly 30 other city employees may be on track to become among the highest paid municipal workers in the state.
Supporters of the Clean Water and Flood Reduction Act, as it's officially known, say the bill's nickname of a "rain tax" is misleading.
No, you won't get sick if you go out in the cold with wet hair.
New Jersey's bald eagle population went from nearly wiped out in the 1970s to more than 200 nesting pairs today.
The state's agricultural convention brings together farmers to learn how to adapt in a changing industry.
More than 250 athletes with intellectual disabilities participated in the 51st annual Winter Special Olympics in New Jersey.
New Jersey is on course to exceed Vegas in its first year of legalized betting.
Friday kicks off heart health month. Although heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, most don’t know the signs and incorrectly believe it as a “man’s ...
Under the new bill, the agencies that regulate the park would be prohibited from considering any commercialized development other than small-scale activities.
The city initially planned to layoff 112 police officers, 89 firefighters, and furlough hundreds of other employees to meet its budget shortfall. However, Mayor Andre Sayegh said Tuesday that police ...
Robert N. Wilentz Elementary School's deficient heating system has students wearing winter coats in classrooms and teachers bringing space heaters from home to get through a day of learning.
The NJ Counts 2019 survey is designed to better understand and serve New Jersey’s homeless population.
Newark hosted a job fair for the needed manpower of the upcoming 2020 census. A diverse group of applicants reflected the demography of the city that is considered to be a "hard-to-count" region.