Commuters are paying more and still getting less.
New Jersey is the sixth most expensive state in the United States for renters. Because of those costs, many people are turning to becoming homeowners, but home prices are also on the rise.
New Jersey Reentry Corporation announces program to help underserved communities and formerly incarcerated obtain gainful employment.
A nonprofit unveiled its newest affordable housing units in Morristown to keep up with rising demand.
Because of programs like Breakfast After the Bell, the Department of Agriculture says the number of students having breakfast at school in Paterson has increased.
Every weekday morning, nearly 268,000 New Jersey students start their day with a free breakfast.
Roughly 157,000 low-income households in New Jersey rely on federal rental assistance in order to get by every month.
Langosta Lounge in Asbury Park does a lot to make sure kids get a special and unique experience during the holidays.
Santa Claus came early this year for about 100 kids.
The two legislative leaders for next year and the governor-elect are completely on board for a $15 minimum wage.
At an NJTV community forum, panelists discussed what perpetuates poverty and what can be done to reverse it in New Jersey.
A new report shows how widespread the need for SNAP is in fighting food insecurity.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author explains eviction is the second leading cause to homelessness.
New state census figures show that median household income is up, yet poverty rates remain constant.
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey aims to help those who are food insecure and don't know where their next meal is coming from.