Gov. Phil Murphy stood with Holocaust survivors by his side as he lit the menorah on the third night of Hanukkah to honor survivors and remember those who perished.
Faith leaders meet to discuss the social justice aspect of marijuana legalization.
Synagogues all over the state held vigils and prayer services to remember the victims lost and provide hope for the future.
A gaggle of demonstrators congregated outside of Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart and demanded to know the full scope of sexual abuse allegations against priests in New Jersey dioceses.
New Jersey's attorney general announced that veteran sex crimes attorney Robert Laurino will lead the task force investigating allegations of sexual abuse by members of Catholic dioceses of NJ and ...
Former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Peter Verniero explains the significance of recent federal Supreme Court rulings.
The state estimates legalization would add $300 million a year to its budget.
Ironically, that came at the same time as The Associated Press reported that Egyptian mediators had negotiated a cease-fire between the Palestinians in Gaza and the Israeli government.
New Jersey Prophetic Agenda says its members already are working with lawmakers and they have faith it will lead to change.
During Hanukkah, celebrations and traditions help to remember the past and create lifelong memories.
Families are showered with Christmas gifts from Hoboken Grace church partnership.
The Department of Homeland Security increased aid to nonprofits to $25 million this year. Rep. Pascrell and others are looking to double the national grant to $50 million next year.
Students heard stories of survival during the 30th Holocaust Remembrance in Newark.
Four Jewish Community Centers have received bomb threats this year: Scotch Plains, West Orange, Tenafly and Edison.
Joseph Cardinal Tobin accepted the pope’s mandate to become Newark’s sixth archbishop.