Propelled by passion, an estimated 15,000 marchers convened in Morristown in the second annual New Jersey Women’s March.
New Jersey Reentry Corporation opened a new facility in Elizabeth to provide reentry services to inmates and the recently released.
Rutgers Medical School rolls out new curriculum to combat opioid epidemic.
Despite hiring programs, veterans still often find themselves struggling to find work once they leave the military.
With a new governor about to be sworn in, Pastor David Jefferson Sr. of Newark’s Metropolitan Baptist Church called for a statewide Economic Justice Advisory Council.
AristaCare at Delaire nursing home workers went on strike hoping to come to a bargain agreement.
Lawmakers and other state leaders are looking to change policies regarding sexual misconduct in the State House and in the state at large.
A coalition of advocates launched “Let’s Drive NJ," a campaign to expand access to driver’s licenses.
In 2001, Temporary Protected Status was granted to residents of El Salvador following an earthquake. Now, the Department of Homeland Security wants to revoke that status.
National CARES Mentoring Movement encourages adults to get involved to support youth development and success during month of January.
A recent report by ProPublica shows that thousands of departments chose not to participate in sending their local hate crime data to the FBI.
Roughly 157,000 low-income households in New Jersey rely on federal rental assistance in order to get by every month.
Sergio Verdu, a renowned Princeton University engineering professor, was accused of making inappropriate advances toward a graduate student.
You only need to go outside for a few minutes to know it’s not safe to stay. And forecasters aren’t expecting daytime temperatures to rise above freezing until after New Year’s Day.
Newark’s first dedicated winter shelter for the homeless will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through March.