At a conference by the Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, easy access to placing bets sparked worry that the state’s gambling addiction problem will only grow worse.
Rutgers researchers concluded that millennials have been leaving the state at a steady rate for more than 30 years.
The Helen L. Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children provides kids an opportunity to enjoy summers at day camp.
Is the state surburbanizing after years of urban growth?
Paul Aronsohn was recently appointed to a newly created role: state ombudsman for individuals with intellectual and development disabilities and their families. Aronsohn sat down with Correspondent ...
New Jersey Reentry Corporation announces program to help underserved communities and formerly incarcerated obtain gainful employment.
A new bill would establish a commission to foster participation for the next decennial Census in 2020.
Population data shows Jersey residents are moving out of the suburbs and back into cities.
Early this morning in Freehold Borough veterans made the solemn walk down East Main Street in honor of the servicemen and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for the nation.
A community tries to find reason in the aftermath of a fatal school bus crash.
In an effort to get evacuees the assistance they need, the state has been holding information sessions in areas highly populated by Puerto Ricans.
It’s take your child to work day every day at the Campbell Soup Company, which celebrated the grand opening of their new child care facility at its world headquarters in Camden.
Tarana Burke founded the Me Too movement a decade before the birth of #MeToo in October 2017.
We Make allows adults with autism to apply their skills to a work setting and provides the opportunity for full-time employment.
Willie O’Ree, the National Hockey League's first black hockey player considered a legend, met with girls and boys hockey teams at East Side High School in Newark Wednesday.
O'Ree also serves ...