Project Homeless Connect Day gives homeless and needy residents access to services like shelters and recovery centers.
Christie’s crowing about the best jobs report in years. But he demurs on a bill to make officials release their tax returns. A bill that would let police and firefighters manage their own pensions ...
The House passed the Promesa Bill to help Puerto Rico pay its debt, but some say it's not the right action.
Scores of people rally around an alternative to raising the gas tax. But even that will cause some shared pain. Police on the watch for lone wolf terrorists rely on citizens for information and ...
A lethal day in Newark. Five killed in 48 hours. Gun violence in our cities is measurably down ... why is it rising in Newark? Sandy victims already denied federal assistance have less than a month ...
About five killings occurred in Newark within a 48 hour time span.
Pensions and PARCC testing top today's town hall. A new police precinct planted where crime hits hardest. Reorganizing hospital care in Newark. The health effects of catching ZZZs.
Navigant Consulting has recommended limiting some Newark hospitals to outpatient facilities.
Power talks on property taxes in Trenton. New questions about a new park in Newark. Outrage over a towing tear in Bloomfield. And need a new knee? This robot's just the ticket.
Officials want more information about plans to construct Triangle Park, first proposed nearly 10 years ago.
Flood warnings. Rivers and creeks on the rise with more heavy rain on the way. Racing to the finish with the men competing to be Newark’s next mayor. And under new ownership.
Ras Baraka and Shavar Jeffries held separate endorsement events in their bids to become Newark mayor.
The big names behind the scenes as Newark gets ready to elect a new mayor. The sickness that sent hundreds of high schools students home today. And if you like snow, head south -- way south.
Mayoral candidates Ras Baraka and Shavar Jeffries have each picked up endorsements.
The governor meets with victims of Hurricane Sandy who are still waiting for help. The casinos take another hit despite internet gambling. And the warnings are out for a big and dangerous storm.