The conversation at the Somerset County Business Partnership's Business Builders Breakfast started by defining sexual harassment. By the end, the goal was to make business owners and managers aware of ...
Family Promise of Hudson County, is now open and available to serve homeless families throughout the county.
A local affiliate of a national nonprofit, Family Promise, works to keep entire ...
The lawsuit names no less than eight drugmakers, three distributors and four drugstore retailers, and calls the operation a criminal enterprise.
The Legislative Black Caucus hosted a series of hearings in the hopes of slowing down the marijuana legalization effort in the state.
Veterans fight overseas and then come home and sometimes end up homeless, or simply hungry.
Parishioners and volunteers in a new network of churches offer emergency housing for single women seven nights a week during the coldest months of the year.
A recent ACLU report concludes that New Jersey police vastly under utilize diversionary programs that can keep youth out of jails and detention centers.
Murphy set a goal of 3,500 megawatts of wind-generated energy by 2030.
The New Jersey Cannabis Symposium gathered to discuss the future of adult-use cannabis industry in the Garden State.
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.