During his recent visit to Camden, Gov. Christie talked about his Camden Promise Initiative plan.
The State Board of Education held a meeting where Newark and Paterson were given partial control of their schools.
It’s possible that men are just as lonely, but express it differently or not at all.
Rutgers Board of Trustees held a meeting to discuss a bill that increases Board of Govs.
Morristown High School students enter their work into the school's film festival.
The "One Newark" plan has been criticized, but Anderson says it will help the district.
Opponents of Atlantic Ocean seismic survey are launching a campaign to stop it due to a negative impact on marine life.
18 schools implemented an inclusive schools climate initiative, putting disabled students with general edu. students.
The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team (ADAPT) is appealing to the popularity of zombies to help students make smart decisions related to their proms.
A collegiate debate team barely six years old makes its mark in national competition.
GlassRoots teaches high school students the ins and outs of artistic glass creation, as well as the business side.
The Newark Public Library is celebrating the 125th anniversary of the Washington Street main library. A reception for a new exhibit is scheduled for May 19.
Camden High School students staged a second walkout to protest a plan that would layofff their favorite teachers.
Paterson Education Fund Executive Director Rosie Grant says that the Paterson School District has improved under the state but that it needs to go back to local control.
Junius Williams says that as long as Superintendent Cami Anderson is pushing the One Newark plan, the people of Newark will push back against it.