The crisis in Puerto Rico is worsening, even as relief efforts on the mainland expand.
Three enthusiastic members of CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) of Ocean County ventured to Texas to lend helping hands post-Hurricane Harvey.
Linda Salcfas, David Teixeira and Norma ...
A Gold Star Mother speaks about dealing with the loss of a child who chose to serve their country.
New state census figures show that median household income is up, yet poverty rates remain constant.
Whelan was a fierce advocate for his adopted home of Atlantic City.
Seaman Javon Sims graduated from Bayonne High School in 2016.
Amid shortage of nurses in NJ, Sen. Gordon and Sen. Weinberg demand NJ Board of Nursing to expedite licensing.
The application pool for hiring qualified lifeguards is shrinking, according to the American Lifeguard Association.
Veterans spoke about their experiences prior to a rare B-29 flying into Trenton.
A Stockton University professor and group of graduate students curated "A Time for Change: Civil Rights in South Jersey." The exhibit takes a look at South Jersey's role in the Civil Rights Movement.
African refugee and entrepreneur Adenhah Bayoh discusses the importance of community.
West New York Mayor Felix Roque, acting as a private citizen, has rescued scores of migrants.
This November, Newark’s School District agreed to address alleged discrimination by launching an investigation.
Police were making about six drunk driving related arrests each month.
They weren’t expecting the national debate that would follow their 32-hour sit-in and now members of the Black Justice League are defending their protests, after many on Princeton University’s ...