The NJBIA dedicated a day to look at the millennial exodus and strategies to keep college-bound students in the state.
School districts plead with the Senate Budget Committee to change the aging school funding formula and give them more. One program that's getting less from the federal budget gives ex-cons the ...
Nationwide CDC study shows elevated rates of bullying, rape, suicide and drug use among America’s LGBT students.
A busy Atlantic hurricane season. And state lawmakers say spending on preparedness is cheaper than the cost of recovery. On Gov. Christie's mind, Medicaid expenses and reviving talks to put money in ...
Indicted again. The doctor and friend of Sen. Menendez. This time accused of ripping off taxpayers. Disputing suicide in the Sheridan fire deaths. And some who make Big Macs want bigger bucks.
New Jersey City University is moving its School of Business, founded in 2013, from its main campus to the heart of Jersey City's financial district. It's slated to be open in September 2015.
It's off to the Senate races for Booker and Bell. And off to Mexico for Gov. Christie. Help for displaced casino employees. Help with your debt? Grab your wallet. And helping asthmatic kids breathe ...
New Jersey City University President Sue Henderson says that the school was able to create revenue by making cuts to its budget.
Booker goes Hollywood and Lonegan goes on the attack. Plus, the problem with property taxes. The song that has them arguing at Rutgers. And big changes for the Newark archdiocese.
Sue Henderson is the first woman to lead New Jersey City University. She says she plans to help students afford the education there and graduate in a timely manner.