On Saturday, the federal shutdown will become the longest on record.
NJ Transit will be back on track tomorrow. We'll tell you what the track's owners knew, what Christie threatened and what's next. Millennials are rethinking how and where they'll live. And urban ...
A new study has found walkable towns improve the economy, create jobs and boost overall economic output.
Gov. Christie's proposed Fairness Formula would mean the end of Abbott district full-day preschool aid.
Christie takes his school aid "Fairness Formula" on the road and hits a pothole. Protesters calling the sweeping overhaul that gives more to wealthy districts, less to poor, flawed and even racist. ...
Civilian review for Newark cops. Kids read with Camden cops. Saving Camden neighborhoods with a wrecking ball. Taking the temperature of health care. And the new charity buzz: shop local.
Mayor Ras Baraka will use an executive order to create the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
Christie slams the CDC on Ebola. A Newark high school headache: too few books and desks. A pilot program for school security. Transparency at the Port authority. And even the Dalai Lama draws ...
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka toured Barringer High School, which students have complained about.
What did he say today? The latest on Gov. Christie’s feud with Sen. Rand Paul. Plus, a live interview with Sen. Barbara Buono. And the last night at a legendary Jersey club.
NJ for Health Care, a coalition of health care advocates, wants Gov. Chris Christie to release $7.6 million in funds meant to get the word out about the Affordable Care Act.
Construction began on the Lower Broadway Stabilization Affordable Housing Development in Newark's Central Ward.