In Paterson, street level gang violence has reached critical mass. The community is finally saying stop. Will it work to end a generations-long blood feud? "Click It or Ticket" takes on new urgency ...
Brown sent a letter saying her school has gotten an influx of students with special needs.
Blistering criticism of Newark's school reformer. Bridging the gap between cops and kids of color. An interfaith effort to shelter the homeless. And traumatic brain injury gets new treatment teams.
During a My Brother's Keeper event, police and young men of color met to discuss the relationship between the two.
Battling for hearts and minds. Can Newark’s embattled school superintendent and new mayor find common ground? A transit alert for thousands of Garden State commuters. And an ocean experiment that ...
The "One Newark" plan has been criticized, but Anderson says it will help the district.
The governor makes a move to shake up his administration. They never gave up. The shore town that fought for hurricane aid until they got it. And who took the trucks? How one fire department suddenly ...
Steve Adubato says Shavar Jefferies and Ras Baraka will need to work together no matter who wins the Newark mayoral race because Newark needs all the help it can get.
Here come the state troopers. A new chapter as Newark battles gun crimes. Cold snap. Winter weather returns with a vengeance. And landmark status for a ballpark where history was made.
Volunteers are working to restore Hinchliffe Stadium, which was home to professional Negro League teams.
The Paterson and Newark advisory school boards held a public session to update the communities about the status of state control over the school districts.
NJIT President Dr. Joel Bloom discusses how his school is grappling with the challenges posed by Hurricane Sandy.