At the first of three planned listening sessions, a state task force charged with helping to reform the juvenile justice system in New Jersey heard Thursday night from a variety of speakers about ...
A group of Christian parents protested Wednesday before the state Board of Education, targeting plans to implement a state law requiring public school students to learn about the history and cultural ...
Recently 41 people from 23 different countries took the Oath of Allegiance to become United States citizens at a naturalization ceremony in Trenton.
An investigation by NJ Advance Media for NJ.com offers detailed accounts of women suffering from a "casually misogynistic system of politics" all while remaining in silence for fear of retribution.
Carlos Rodriquez, who runs the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, talks about the impact of cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in New Jersey.
Across New Jersey, volunteers from various religions were working Christmas Eve to help those less fortunate than themselves.
By using the acronym FACE, Rutgers University's Charlotte Markey says parents can help their teen combat holiday season anxieties.
A pilot program at Fulfill, which serves as a distribution center for Monmouth and Ocean Counties, is trying to incorporate more seafood at soup kitchens and food pantries.
In New Jersey, 795 people take their own lives each year and, according to a panel in Trenton, that's only a fifth of those who try.
Amid cheers from a friendly crowd, Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday came to Elizabeth to sign a law allowing immigrants who are in the country without authorization to obtain a driver’s license, making ...
One day after thousands of 32BJ janitors and commercial cleaners voted to authorize a strike, marched and rallied for a fair deal, the union and representatives of 500 building managers struck a deal.
In the ongoing legal battle over a New York City homeless relocation program, New York has filed a countersuit claiming Newark's rule banning the relocation of low income families in unconstitutional.
Correspondent Michael Hill spoke with Ederle Vaughn, a cleaner at Prudential Center who also serves on the negotiating committee, as workers marched in Newark on Tuesday evening.
For employees victimized by their bosses and silenced by their NDAs, there's a fight to end the practice, called Lift Our Voices.
Efforts are increasing to help students who aren’t getting enough nutritious food; by one estimate, as many as one-third suffer from ‘food insecurity.’