Despite hiring programs, veterans still often find themselves struggling to find work once they leave the military.
Christie talked about the importance of offering services to those affected by addiction.
Gov. Christie underscores his top agenda item, celebrating a program that delivers to addicts resources and hope. Jersey City is being transformed, not only by a changing skyline but by a new ...
When the state's in financial stress, state institutions get squeezed. It's happening in higher ed where costs are already soaring. Counting the homeless. Fewer are struggling for shelter in the ...
Sen. Weinberg wants to amend the law to have retailers offer smart guns alongside their other products.
Veterans in crisis: A suicide prevention hotline just lost Pentagon funding, adding stress to those already suffering from post traumatic stress. A suppressed Jersey Shore economy shows signs of ...
Vets4Warriors a peer crisis counseling service for veterans has lost funding.
A joint response team if Ebola lands here. Flu season is here. Are you protected? Why don't female veterans get the same benefits as males? Teaching teachers 3D printing.
The Department of Defense held a workshop to teach the nuts and bolts of 3D printing to teachers.
A summit to save Atlantic City. Saving jobs at military bases. A bill to keep student athletes safe. Why won't Millenials sign up for health care? And how can parking meters be good for business?
Officials say military bases are a major part of the economy in NJ and they're worried about the impact if they close.
This summer's cash crop of tourists down the shore. Atlantic City's double down. Two more casinos closing. Four police departments are military surplus rejects. And one epic cattle call.
Dept. of Defense report names four New Jersey police departments that are suspended from a military gear program.
Gov. Christie marks a new post-Sandy milestone. Reconsidering Bergen County's battle-ready military surplus. A way up for homeless vets. Selling out senior citizen homes. And daring to leave the ...
Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino announced that he's putting the order for military vehicles on hold.