The free, year-round grief support center groups children and young adults by age -- providing services to participants from 3 to 30 years old.
A panel of medical professionals highlighted the importance of access to medication-assisted treatment for inmates experiencing opioid addiction.
Camden is one of 13 jurisdictions in the nation chosen to share a $148 million MacArthur Safety and Justice Challenge grant.
Social justice advocates say a Yale Law School study is the ammunition needed to end isolated confinement by law in New Jersey.
The state touts alternatives to incarceration for the shrinking juvenile population.
New Jersey Reentry Corporation announces program to help underserved communities and formerly incarcerated obtain gainful employment.
A lawsuit over the way money's been earmarked to renovate the aging State House. Is it too little, too late? Renovating the Trenton riverbank. Can affording access to green space help rejuvenate the ...
Cunningham worked with Gov. Christie to develop legislation aimed to help those coming out of incarceration.
New Jersey among the top in the nation for shrinking its prison population. See how it's an example for the rest of America. It's been touted as one of the best on-paper civilian complaint review ...
New Jersey leads the nation in terms of lowering its incarceration rate, about 35 percent since 1999.
Jim McGreevey is the executive director of the Jersey City Employment and Training Program. He advocates for incarcerated individuals and believes tackling the drug addiction problem is necessary.
Over the last three years New Jersey has reduced its prison population by nearly 10 percent, second most in the entire country. At the same time crime continues to fall to the tune of 20 percent.
Dueling arguments over fantasy sports betting. A game of skill or chance? If lawmakers decide it's gambling they could decide to regulate it. Public school students PARCC test scores reveal an ...
Integrity House serves over 2,000 people a year. The organization has been around for almost 50 years.
Here's what's at stake: high property taxes, double death taxes, roads and bridge fixes, pension and school funding and casino gambling. It's election day. Will voters prove predictions of low turnout ...