Social service agency HomeFront, which serves the working poor and homeless in New Jersey, is working to obtain additional funds necessary to finish creating a space for families.
Attorney Kenyatta Stewart helped orchestrate a truce to stop the violence in Paterson between those in the First and Fourth Wards.
Gov. Christie backed away from Common Core, saying it's not meeting the challenge of educating New Jersey children. He wants New Jersey business partners, administrators, teachers and parents to develop state educational standards.
Congressman Bill Pascrell organized an event to highlight labor's strong opposition to fast track trade authority, which President Obama wants.
Jeff Gural has proposed creating the Hard Rock Casino Meadowlands, which would combine a casino with the racetrack. In order for that to become a reality, New Jersey voters would have to approve of casinos outside of Atlantic City.
Students involved in PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs visited the new Agnes Varis NJTV Studio to learn about how NJTV News is produced.
The People's Organization for Progress has organized the Million People's March Against Police Brutality, Racial Injustice and Economic Inequality in Newark.
Those working in the health care and social service industries are more likely to experience workplace violence than others in the private sector. Now they're pushing for legislation that they believe will improve their safety at work.
A study in Review of Finance has found stocks from companies with names in the beginning of the alphabet get traded more often than those at the end of the alphabet.
New Jersey limits superintendents' salaries to $175,000 per year, the same pay as the governor. Some lawmakers argue that the cap is causing many qualified administrators to take jobs in bordering states instead of taking pay cuts.
The Department of Defense has eliminated funding for Rutgers-based Vets4Warriors, a 24/7 peer crisis counseling service for veterans, to save $5.5 million.
Basketball star Armoni Sexton was killed in a drive-by shooting in Paterson, highlighting the decades-old rivalry between the Fourth and First Wards. Officials are working to curb the violence.
Officials say wearing seat belts in all parts of the vehicle helps save lives. New Jersey State Police believe Princeton mathematician John Nash and his wife weren't wearing seat belts in the crash that killed them on the New Jersey Turnpike.
The Fisherman's Cove Conservation Area in Manasquan, dubbed Dog Beach by locals, has implemented new restrictions on having dogs off leash in the area.
Central High School Principal Sharnee Brown penned a letter speaking out against the One Newark enrollment policy, saying her school has gotten an influx of students with special needs.
U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman has requested a protective order that would keep 1.5 million pages of discovery material in the GWB scandal case from public disclosure.
Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt says that a bill requiring pharmacists to notify doctors when they substitute biologics with biosimilars should pass to increase patient safety.
Kathleen Marshall, Christine Ebersol and Charles Shaughnessy discuss the upcoming Paper Mill Playhouse production of "Ever After."
Congressman Bill Pascrell and Mayor Jose Torres were two of the speakers at Paterson's Memorial Day service.