A group of South Jersey teenagers who hope to become teachers are getting a chance to practice, with the help of some Camden youngsters and a program based at Rowan University.
Rain this morning forced the commencement exercises indoors at Rowan University, and may have also squelched any planned protests aimed at the guest speaker.
It’s all part of a drive aimed to not just bolster the ranks of the state police but to diversify it geographically as well.
New Jersey officials had been working with the Superior Barrel and Drum Company to address a hazardous material problem on its property — until the owner stopped cooperating.
For this two-day “Santa’s Workshop” at Robin’s Nest, parents come in and “shop” for toys for their children.
Rowan University, no stranger to bold plans, is promising to double its enrollment in the next decade as it tries to leverage its status as the state’s newest public research university.
Officials are investigating the cause of a two-alarm fire in Gloucester County.
January 19th, is “Gun Appreciation Day” in America, and people are being urged to get out and show their support for their weapons and the Second Amendment that protects them.
US senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) believes there is growing support for reinstating a national ban on assault weapons.
Firefighters are investigating a fire that occurred Saturday afternoon in Gloucester County.
Construction is underway on a hotel that will anchor the revitalization effort along Rowan Boulevard in Glassboro, NJ.
The university’s official mascot, “The Prof,” which is short for “professor,” is represented by an owl named WhooRU.
For months, members of the media have been asking New Jersey Governor Chris Christie about a possible spot on the Republican Presidential ticket and Christie’s been pretty clear on where he stands. But it appears reporters aren’t the only ones wondering about Christie’s future.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie says he’ll implement the ideas of a blue-ribbon panel that will dramatically change the look and approach of higher education across the Garden State.
New Jersey’s state senate president made a surprise appearance on Wednesday morning at the regular meeting of the Delaware River Port Authority to promote a project long close to his heart.