Community Hope helped homeless veteran Marcenia Cofield get a place to live for her, her daughter and her five grandchildren.
A community restaurant in Union Beach lets those who can't pay for a meal work for it.
Ballerina Misty Copeland, the third African-American soloist for the American Ballet Theatre, visited Princeton University to discuss her experience in the dance world.
The House failed to pass a bill temporarily funding the Department of Homeland Security ahead of a midnight deadline.
The New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act now allows couples to divorce without having to file a complaint with the court explaining their sides.
More students are graduation high school than ever before nationwide. New Jersey ranks second in the country for its graduation rate.
Freed slaves and their families built a community on land known as Skunk Hollow in Closter.
The non-profit Surflight Theatre has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to liquify property to pay off creditors.
Assemblywoman Linda Stender's family allegedly tried to get Habitat for Humanity to rebuild a cottage damaged by Hurricane Sandy, turning it into a much larger home.
Many people suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder during the winter season, showing symptoms of low energy, fatigue and a change of appetite or sleep.
Gov. Christie joined the annual CPAC, where he talked about his image and potential presidential run.
The Record Photographer Tyson Trish and Videographer Tom Franklin discuss the "In Heroin's Grip" series.
At a South Jersey town hall, Gov. Christie reiterated that pension reform is necessary.
After a judge ruled the Christie administration must make full pension payments, the governor focused on pension reform during his budget address.
Gov. Christie didn't talk about the Transportation Trust Fund during his 2016 budget address, but the fund will run out of money July 1.
NJ PBA President Patrick Colligan says that the health care system with the state has been frustrating because the PBA has not received information and hasn't been able to make any changes.
Hopewell Township Fire District is launching a new campaign to fill the need for emergency first responder volunteers.
NJTV News Correspondent Brenda Flanagan discusses Robert Barr's confirmation hearing for a seat on the Pinelands Commission and the proposed South Jersey Gas pipeline.
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says although Gov. Christie said there was a deal to save the state's pension system during his budget address, that's not true.