Groundbreaking For New Health Training Center in Camden, Run By Competing UniversitiesOfficials broke ground on another major project within the city of Camden, this one on the educational and medical front.
Christie On FDA Law Controversy: 'Looks To Me Like The Fix Was In'New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has some strong feelings about a press probe uncovering flaws in a federal law that wound up thwarting efforts to control the abuse of prescription painkillers.
Changing Of The Guard At NJ State PoliceColonel Rick Fuentes will step down at the end of the month after 39 years in the department.
Politics Of Inclusion Takes Center Stage At University Of Delaware Forum With Biden, KasichFormer Vice President Joe Biden shared a stage at the University of Delaware with Ohio Governor and onetime Presidential contender John Kasich.
Rowan University Remembers 'Transformational' Gift 25 Years AgoIt was 25 years ago that the late philanthropist Henry Rowan and his wife donated $100 million to the University in Glassboro that now bears his name.
NJ Tightens Protections For Developmentally Disabled PeopleThe bill was proposed after 22-year-old Stephen Komninos died while in a Haddonfield group home in 2007.
Volunteers Redraw Digital Maps Of Puerto Rico To Assist In Recovery EffortA couple dozen Rutgers-Camden students volunteered to develop new, digital maps of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
New Jersey Sues Painkiller Company, AG Calls Its Conduct 'Evil' In LawsuitNew Jersey has joined with other states in suing an Arizona drug company behind a powerful opioid-fentanyl painkiller spray.
Kennedy Health Name To Vanish In South Jersey As Part Of Jefferson Health MergerThe formal merger came a month ago. Now, the names are changing on three South Jersey hospitals to demonstrate the formal marriage between Kennedy Health and the Jefferson Health Systems.
Want To Develop An App? High Schoolers Can Compete In Congressional ContestThere's a contest in part of South Jersey for aspiring web developers to show off their talents.
Camden County Gets A Cut Of $1.1M Federal Grant To Battle OpioidsThe U.S. Justice Department is handing out almost $59 million to help fight the opioid epidemic. More than 1 million dollars is targeted to three programs in New Jersey.
NJ Mobilizes To Assist Hurricane Maria Victims In Puerto RicoNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie has signed an executive order to coordinate the state's effort to aid Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.