The Hispanic Association of Atlantic County encouraged the state to hold the clinic, and it reached out to Latinx workers, but only a handful came.
Gun violence experts were present at the Rutgers University Center on Gun Violence Research Thursday.
A symposium Wednesday at Seton Hall Law School in Newark saw lawyers and tenant advocates discussing tenants who withhold rent to get satisfaction.
The 200-year-old First Reformed Church in New Brunswick is helping domestic violence survivors and their families by providing permanent housing.
Newark residents were again picking up bottled water — in this case, from pallets donated by a Texas charity — saying they are still worried about the dangerous element in their drinking water, ...
Newark airport has another security option: CLEAR. The biometric approach allows passengers to verify their identify with a finger tap or a glance at a sensor.
The 16,000 pounds collected from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day joined the 2,800 tons of garbage brought to Covanta Essex daily Tuesday.
Sen. Bob Menendez came to Toms River on Monday to press his case for reform of the nation’s flood insurance program.
Congressman Josh Gottheimer touted a bill that he said will ensure that such incidents as the 2017 NYC terror attack never happen again.
The Essex County Board of Freeholders voted Wednesday night to advance plans for an independent civilian task force to oversee the troubled Essex County Correctional Facility.
The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation held a "heightened security" public hearing on the resurgence of the Pagan's Motorcycle Club.
To give key stakeholders an idea of what it's like to be a former inmate reentering society, the New Jersey State Parole Board held a simulation at Monmouth University.
The Reentry Services Commission has released a report with best practices to help people make a successful transition from prison to civilian life.
The U.S. Census has kicked into high gear its recruitment of the small army of temporary workers it needs to conduct the once-every-decade nose count of the American population.
About 100 leaders from a range of backgrounds, including law enforcement, education and healthcare, attended the Commission's "Implicit Bias" conference Tuesday at Bergen Community College in ...