New Jersey Reentry Corporation announces program to help underserved communities and formerly incarcerated obtain gainful employment.
Some 35,000 New Jersey residents could lose SNAP benefits if Congress passes the House version of the farm bill.
Bills in the Legislature may help struggling veterans with housing.
For these folks the long wait is over, and the nation’s birthday will forever be connected to their U.S. citizenship.
New Mayor Andre Sayegh hopes a new community will herald a new era for Paterson.
A nonprofit unveiled its newest affordable housing units in Morristown to keep up with rising demand.
The court ruled that public sector unions can no longer collect any fees from nonunion members.
Rep. Frank Pallone spoke about the separation of children policy, and his recent visit to an Elizabeth detention center.
Population data shows Jersey residents are moving out of the suburbs and back into cities.
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.
A package of transgender rights bills recently cleared the Legislature and await Gov. Phil Murphy’s signature, the largest of which allows residents to change their gender identity on a birth ...
About 150 of New Jersey’s youngest came out in strollers with their moms during a rather festive rally in Trenton.
The "Color of Law" forum explained the impact of race on urban neighborhoods and suburbs.
Rahway may be trying to promote itself as an up and coming arts community, but is it really affordable for struggling artists to live?
Although Montclair is often celebrated for its diversity, its social character may be in danger as affordability becomes increasingly scarce and the inequality widens.