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 ...
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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.
Newark Venture Partners is focused on growing the city’s economy.
Recycling facilities are now left to rely on homeowners to follow recycling rules for curbside pickup so they can ship out a product that follows new restrictions on plastics.
A report ranking New Jersey as the top state for out-migration has reignited a debate on the state’s economic standing.
Infection control experts urge individuals who may have the flu to wear a mask or just stay home if considering visiting someone at the hospital.
Elected officials are frustrated with NJ Transit's lack of communication regarding the continuation of Atlantic City Rail Line service. The line has been shutdown since September for ...
While municipalities many benefit by streamlining services, it won't lower property taxes.
As of Dec. 22, over 1,200 people in New Jersey have tested positive on the rapid influenza test.
Employment training will be available online and on-demand for veterans nationwide.
The chamber hopes to connect the roughly 20,000 LGBTQ businesses in the state, and in doing so magnify their positive impact.