Unreliable mail service has Clifton going postal. A new cold case squad Camden. A new start for schools there. And politics. Both sides now.
Camden Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard says he is excited to be able to provide high quality school options for students and families.
Midnight deadline. The governor and lawmakers running out of time make their legislative moves. Newark's embattled school superintendent gets a new contract. We get reaction. And we've got sharks.
Jersey City Superintendent of Schools Dr. Marcia Lyles says the diversity of the Jersey City schools is one of the city's biggest strengths.
Closing in on a budget. But can lawmakers avoid the governor's veto? A losing hand. New Jersey suffers a new sports betting loss. And happy birthday to us, the good old Garden State.
Sen. Joe Kyrillos says the high income taxes in New Jersey cause people to move to other states, so the Garden State loses those people's philanthropy and wealth, which hurts nonprofit organizations.
A new mayor for New Jersey’s largest city. You’ll hear what Ras Baraka plans to do now. Plus, read his lips. Gov. Christie says no new taxes. And something new for Atlantic City casinos -- a ...
Junius Williams says that as long as Superintendent Cami Anderson is pushing the One Newark plan, the people of Newark will push back against it.
After the storm. Warnings that flood waters are still on the rise. A sports collectors’ paradise thanks to a state prosecutor. And movie magic. Can New Jersey recapture it?
2014 Executive Women of New Jersey honoree Dr. Nancy Cantor discusses her experiences from the past four months as the new Chancellor of Rutgers-Newark.
Driving for dollars. Lawmakers look for ways save our transportation infrastructure. Busing them into bankruptcy. Is one school district being driven too far? And a legendary artist showing off for ...
Essex County College President Dr. Gale Gibson says that the college has several strategic plans in place to answer President Obama's national call to educate and train more skilled workers.
Movers and shakers boost their political chops on a walk to Washington. Small businesses are fighting a FEMA threat to siphon Sandy aid. And are South Orange schools barring minority students from ...
New Jersey School Board Association Deputy Executive Director Frank Belluscio says only 15 percent of registered voters come out for April school district elections.
Deep divides as the Bridge Investigation Committee prepares to meet again. Give it back. Will some New Jersey towns have to return some Sandy relief? And do you know this man? Artistic minds want to ...