Amid the traditional speeches, parades, and wreath-laying ceremonies came an acknowledgement that the present-day Veterans Administration has fallen short of its vow to serve those who served our country.
A Burlington County teenager will juggle her schooling and social life with some new responsibilities for the next year, while she serves as New Jersey’s Agricultural Fair Ambassador.
Montclair State University professor Brigid Harrison believes Christie’s out-of-state efforts have given him the chance to cash in on some political IOUs down the line.
Pala Interactive, a Native American tribe based just outside San Diego, is teaming up with the Borgata to offer Internet gaming in New Jersey.
Voters in this South Jersey town this week approved a move for the municipality to oppose a plan by the State of New Jersey to install protective dunes on the beaches.
County health officials brought in homeland security experts who shared what they know about pedophiles and cyberbullies.
Democrat Cory Booker earned his first full term in the US Senate. In the house, Republican Tom MacArthur outdistanced Aimee Belgard to succeed Jon Runyan in a bitter, expensive race.
There are several races of interest today in New Jersey.
2 Year Anniversary Of Sandy Has Some People Talking About How Far NJ Has (And Has Not) Come In The Aftermath
The Monmouth University Poll found a majority of state residents feel New Jersey is still rebounding from Sandy.
There’s good and bad news in the report from the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.
Temple University, for example, has issued a directive to students, faculty, and staff that indefinitely bans school-sponsored travel to three West African nations.
A new poll suggests that New Jersey residents don’t have a lot of faith in efforts to turn Atlantic City’s economic situation around.
Longtime Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean Dalton has taken the reins of the County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey and has some plans for his one year term in that position.
More than 200 people showed up at Camden County College, where doctors from Cooper University Hospital dispensed the latest information — which keeps changing.
One out of every five new recruits is a woman. They constitute 15 percent of the American military.