Ringed by political and religious leaders pledging defiance, an unauthorized immigrant is fighting deportation. Property taxes too high? There's a deadline looming to ask for a new assessment, but ...
policy and decision makers, academics, government leaders and others were invited to share ideas for the future.
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening July 10 through July 16.
Prepping his State of the State. Glimpsing his campaign message. The state of Homeland Security. A new school for a changing Jersey City. Sick kids get special treatment. And weaving wonder.
The Hunterdon Art Museum's Contemporary International Tapestry exhibit opens Jan. 11.
Many happy returns. Boosting the economy. Sexual preference no longer blocks blood donors. A new species emerges from the marsh. And finding the twin she didn't know existed.
The Atlantic Coast leopard frog makes a different sound than the other types of leopard frogs.
One Newark: boycotts and busing issues start the school year. Extreme efforts to keep schools safe. Christie trades in Mexico. Pascrell takes on Putin over the Ukraine. Crime is down in Camden.
Clinton Mayor and Seventh Congressional District Candidate Janice Kovach says that more money needs to be put back into New Jersey's infrastructure and small businesses.
Elizabeth Mayor Chris Bollwage says Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono needs to get her message out clearly to garner support from her party.
Former Democratic assemblywoman Joan Quigley says the founding fathers were fallible men whose values do not accurately reflect today's multicultural society.
Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, appears to be on the rise in New Jersey. Particularly hard hit is Hunterdon County.