More than 2,500 athletes from around the state are competing in this year's Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games.
Castigating Common Core standards as unworkable and imposed from Washington. Chris Christie unveils his education policy to local residents and a national electorate. Congress considering a bill that ...
Social service agency HomeFront is working to obtain additional funds to finish creating a space for families.
Fixing the pension system. Who will "pay the price"? Fighting the NJ Transit fare hike. Still trying to rebuild. Fighting FEMA red tape. And growing the perfect berry. This is the Garden State after ...
Critics say the agreement would raise rates, but Verizon says competitive choices still remain available.
Does the punishment fit the crime? Why critics say Martell's Tiki Bar is getting off easy. A list that puts New Jersey near the top of something good. And the theremin in concert.
Mano Divina plays the theremin, incorporating science and history lessons in his performances.
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 March 27 through April 2.
Keeping ports and ships safe from cyber terrorists. A high stakes speech drives a wedge between allies. Better roads in the balance. Caring for caregivers. And meet THE snow man.
Dave Muha, associate VP of communications at The College of New Jersey has reached celebrity status on campus for his announcements about snow days.
ChoiceOne Pregnancy and Sexual Health Resource Centers located in Lawrenceville and Promise of Grace Ministries located in Ewing both help young adults going through unplanned pregnancies.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and there are events going on throughout the state that will be benefiting breast cancer research organizations.
The Candlelight Concert for Epilepsy Awareness in Ewing aims to raise awareness about the disease and honor the life of concert creator Eric Miller's wife.
Standing ovation. The governor gets a strong reaction from a national conservative group. Who’s responsible? Investigators still searching for clues at that devastating gas explosion. And it’s ...
Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann says contractor Henkels & McCoy hit a main gas line, which caused the deadly explosion.