Will the teachers' union budge on pensions? Will lawmakers impose a gas tax? Can emergency crews respond if an oil train combusts? And a powerful voice silenced.
Officials throughout NJ remember Dr. Clement Alexander Price, a distinguished history professor at Rutgers-Newark and the Newark historian.
Rutgers Professor and Newark Historian Clement Price died Wednesday at the age of 69 after suffering a stroke.
Changes at the top. A Port Authority panels recommends some big changes. Gesundheit. Why your allergies are acting up. And goodbye Hurricane Carter. A legend in and out of the ring.
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was a boxer from NJ, died at his home Sunday.
Lawmakers look for new leads in the bridge scandal amid new reports that the governor knew more than he’s admitting. Newark police find themselves under a federal monitor. And will the state move to ...
Newark's newest city historian, Clement Price, says it is an honor to be named historian and to follow in the footsteps of Charles Cummings.
A Port Authority controversy prompts a resignation from somebody who’s close to Gov. Christie. Rutgers is spending almost $100,000 for each athlete. And New Jersey officials reflect on the life and ...
New Jersey officials weighed in on the life of Nelson Mandela.
Newark's James Street Commons, Ironbound and the Branch Brook Park Alliance have been recognized by President Obama's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
"A monolithic view of Black New Jersey is probably a flawed view," said Rutgers historian Clement Price.
Celebrating Black History Month -- To learn more about New Jersey’s Underground Railroad, there are documented stops throughout the state that can still be visited today.