Assembly Speaker Prieto is ordering four Assembly committees to brainstorm ways to end poverty.
A big win for advocates of developmentally disabled people being cared for out-of-state. New Jersey's mandate they all be brought home is on hold. New Jersey's tops in providing health care and ...
The 2015 KIDS COUNT report has found a 13 percent increase in New Jersey children living in poverty.
Unsalted roads turn into treacherous ice rinks. Lawmakers debate the right to die. How does the Pope's "compassion for the poor" translate here? And Dr. Martin Luther King's journey through New ...
Pope Francis spoke about a religious obligation to help the poor. In NJ, charities are helping the homeless.
No indictment. New Jersey reacts to the grand jury decision in the Eric Garner chokehold case. What's next for Atlantic City? And living below the line. Changing laws and attitudes to fight poverty.
The Anti-Poverty Network of New Jersey held a summit in Monroe to discuss how to reduce the rate of poverty.
Giving students without access to the world. Helping civil servants live where they work. Saving the NAACP's roots from the wrecking ball. And fall on the farm.
JerseyOn is providing a lifetime of one gigabyte of broadband to low income students.