Walker House in downtown Newark had its grand opening on the restored landmark as a new mixed-use building. Not dissimilar to any urban revival, officials and developers are faced with balancing ...
Immigrant rights advocates make a case for driver's licenses to be issued to unauthorized immigrants.
A ribbon-cutting at Vaseful Flower and Gifts in Princeton marks another opportunity for New Jerseyans with disabilities.
Assemblyman Parker Space is backing county leaders in their opposition to what they call a “sanctuary state scheme." Will voters in the North Jersey county get to vote on sanctuary state status?
Advocates argue expanding driver’s license access would increase highway safety and allow unauthorized immigrants to participate more fully in the state economy.
An NJ Spotlight forum focuses on the quest to make progress on the decadeslong battle of building affordable housing in the Garden State.
The state and protesters share the goals of lowering recidivism rates and ending the disproportionate number of black and Latino youth going in to the system. But while the state wants to build new, ...
The first round of minimum wage increases kicks in July 1. It's a victory for many workers in the state, but the child care industry fears the approaching deadline could force them to close their ...
The state attorney general has launched a separate series of listening sessions across New Jersey and directed police departments to release, upon formal requests, body and dash camera videos of ...
Marco Rivero and his wife Juana Rivas are graduates of Eva's Village culinary program. Now they are sharing Peruvian dishes with New Jerseyans by way of their new restaurant — Wasiyki.
New Planned Parenthood President Dr. Leana Wen sat down for an exclusive interview with Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan.
Fourteen months ago, a judge ruled that Newark's Civilian Complaint Review Board would infringe on the day-to-day duties of the police chief or public safety director.
The Urban Youth Conference brought together hundreds of students from more than 10 urban communities, both in and out of Newark.
Recently released data by the Food Research and Action Center shows that in 2015, only 48% of eligible New Jersey seniors participated in SNAP.
Roughly 900,000 New Jerseyans are food insecure. Nearly one-third of those are children.