A group of entertainers calling themselves the Holiday Express travel throughout the state to bring joy to those who have fallen on hard times.
The Community Food Bank of New Jersey has seen increasing need over the past few years and representatives predict even greater need in 2012.
The Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) says New Jersey is on track to finalize about 900 adoptions this year. However, there are typically 1200 children on the waiting list for adoption.
The owners of Ferdinand Jewelers in New Providence have created a non-profit organization called Operation Bling, which provides gifts of free jewelry to cancer patients.
According to Jeff Wild of the NJ Coalition to End Homelessness, the rise of homelessness in NJ has reached epidemic proportions.
In the two months since Occupy Newark began, the number of protesters has risen from a handful to more than three dozen.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of New Jersey opened a large castle in Middlesex County where children with serious medical conditions can have their wishes granted.
Community Food Bank of New Jersey Challenges Residents to Use Food Stamp Budget
Editorial Columnist for The Record Talks About Wayne Hills Football Controversy and Sick Time Pay-outs
Editorial page columnist for The Record Alfred Doblin discusses the Wayne Hills football player issue as well as accrued sick pay for public employees.
Responses by New Jerseyans to a poll conducted more than a month ago by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind Poll reveal a lack of basic understanding of global events and national politics.
There are those who say enjoying a day at the beach should not include soaking up secondhand smoke from somebody puffing away on the next blanket.
Children's advocate Mary Coogan discusses how the Division of Youth and Family Services responds to allegations of abuse and what can be done in the future to prevent child deaths.
Jersey Central Power & Light President Don Lynch talked about the company's response to the October snowstorm.
Because of the economic climate and recent natural disasters, food banks have seen supplies dwindle.
In a surprise reversal, the Wayne Hills School Board decided that the nine football players could play in Friday night's playoff game.