Bernards Township Police Department Operations and OEM Coordinator Captain Michael Shimsky says the police department is working to identify who is sending explicit photos to students in the Bernards ...
Because of a lack of funding, the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City has been forced to close.
Jefferson Township Middle School was named one of eight national winners of the Verizon Innovative App Challenge for the second year in a row.
2014 Executive Women of New Jersey honoree Dr. Nancy Cantor discusses her experiences from the past four months as the new Chancellor of Rutgers-Newark.
Courage to Connect NJ Executive Director Gina Genovese says that municipalities and school districts have been consolidating and that more may occur.
Two local college chapters of the Public Relations Student Society of America have planned a benefit concert for Thursday, May 1 to raise money for Autism New Jersey with performances by Garden State ...
The Lakewood School District is facing a $4 million to $5 million budget deficit, partly due to private school buses.
Essex County College President Dr. Gale Gibson says that the college has several strategic plans in place to answer President Obama's national call to educate and train more skilled workers.
East Side High School student Eric Arce is a finalist in the New Vision Awards for his PSA depicting the dangerous consequences of cyber bullying.
Family and friends of Natalie Gorsegner, who has been battling cancer, are raising money for pediatric cancer research.
Liberty Science Center in Jersey City partnered with Google to celebrate 40th anniversary of the Rubik's Cube.
A new study has found that more college students are graduating with student loan debt.
Parents of students in South Orange/Maplewood school district say black students are discouraged from harder courses.
NJ Innovation Institute, a non-profit of NJIT, will allow those involved to work more freely with private corporations.
New Jersey School Board Association Deputy Executive Director Frank Belluscio says only 15 percent of registered voters come out for April school district elections.