The full scope of Exxon contamination. A change to Greek life. Rutgers bans on-campus parties. Shopping for property tax credits in Ocean. And Princeton hosts a superstar.
Rutgers University Assistant Director of the Bloustein Local Government Research Center Marc Pfeiffer says that many factors go into New Jersey's high property taxes.
Several events are taking place in New Jersey to benefit autism causes for Autism Awareness Month.
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.
A bold move to save Camden schools. An office pool ballooned into big time betting gets busted. Money to rebuild the Long Branch boardwalk. But diminishing dollars for open spaces.
Community Access Unlimited Family Mentor Rebekah Novemsky says that people with developmental and intellectual disabilities need to be part of the community.
An embattled senator pushes a "made in America" law. Cardiac warning signs for young athletes. Eighty years old and still one hot hub. The "Blurred Lines" between inspiration and plagiarism.
Five years after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Regional Director Jackie Cornell-Bechelli says the law has helped to improve health care ...
Monday was the 80th anniversary of the formal dedication of Newark Penn Station.
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 20 through March 26.
A raucous rally over taxi competition. A roadblock for the Transportation Trust Fund. Scanning social media for test cheats. Deconstructing the Exxon settlement.
NJ Future Senior Director of State Policy Chris Sturm says that new permits give sewer treatment utilities three to five years to adopt a plan and specify how they plan to get combined sewer overflows ...
Fiftieth time's the charm? Trying to override a Christie veto. Another PARCC test controversy. A clean sweep in South Orange displaces vagrants. And why might owls might be distressed? Better ask Who.
It was a busy day at the State House with officials debating the ExxonMobil settlement, the nomination of Robert Barr to the Pinelands Commission and the override attempt of the Port Authority reform ...
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 13 through March 19.