Hire. Buy. Live. Newark. is an initiative with the goal of hiring 2,020 Newarkers at some of Newark's largest employers.
Can the state raid Horizon's surplus revenues or the lottery's to pay for schools and programs? Friday's the deadline to decide. Two thousand twenty by 2020. Corporate citizens join residents in a ...
Nicole Nave and Devane Murphy of Rutgers-Newark won two national debate tournaments.
Violent, deadly crime in Jersey City. Religious leaders convene to come up with some answers. Technology catches up to a treatment for a neurological disease. See how it works. The best in America. ...
Testing the business outlook for 2015. Tracking the nor'easter's toll on beaches. The human cost of food without nutrition. Newark's bet on raising graduation rates.
The GradNation Campaign hopes to raise the national graduation rate to 90 percent by 2020.
Will the teachers' union budge on pensions? Will lawmakers impose a gas tax? Can emergency crews respond if an oil train combusts? And a powerful voice silenced.
Officials throughout NJ remember Dr. Clement Alexander Price, a distinguished history professor at Rutgers-Newark and the Newark historian.
Rutgers Professor and Newark Historian Clement Price died Wednesday at the age of 69 after suffering a stroke.
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.