Monday, the Senate Education Committee held a hearing focused on discussing ways to improve nutrition in school meals.
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In an effort to address resident concerns and keep the public informed on lead remediation, Newark is holding a series of community briefings -- one of which took place Thursday night in its South ...
A state-of-the-art robot is making it easier to create hundreds of advanced materials -- called polymers -- aimed at improving human health.
Come April, flavored vape products, including menthol, will be illegal in New Jersey.
A bill signed by Gov. Phil Murphy prohibits a defendant from using a victim’s actual or perceived gender identity or sexual orientation as a heat of passion defense to murder in New Jersey courts.
The Trump administration has proposed reforms to the National Environmental Protection Act, the nation’s oldest and most established environmental law.
Sen. Teresa Ruiz and other local leaders joined Sen. Bob Menendez to condemn President Donald Trump for not immediately assisting those impacted by earthquakes in Puerto Rico.
According to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, all nine casinos in Atlantic City collectively won $3.29 billion last year, an increase of over 15%.
Correspondent Raven Santana caught up with the two Jersey girls, Pearl Gabel and Megan Coyne, behind the infamous memes and tweets gone viral on the state’s official twitter account.
As part of a statewide awareness campaign, first lady Tammy Murphy is raising awareness about maternal mortality with the goal of lowering deaths and erasing racial disparity.
The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore kicked off the 2020 national cookie season with a new flavor called the Lemon-Up.
The 200-year-old First Reformed Church in New Brunswick is helping domestic violence survivors and their families by providing permanent housing.
Cultural barriers can make it difficult for different communities to find the proper healthcare available to them. One health fair in Newark focused on providing information specifically to the Latin ...
State Question No. 1 is the only statewide question on the Nov. 5 ballot, and it asks NJ voters a question about extending an annual property tax deduction for veterans.
Last week, breast cancer survivors and fighters attended Saint Peter's University Hospital's annual Breast Reconstruction Day, or BRA Day event.