The event was moderated by Anne-Marie Slaughter, a celebrated professional woman in her own right.
Three city residents were wounded in the shooting at Galilee Baptist Church, police said.
The board did not decide on the matter tonight but is scheduled to vote at its May 13 meeting.
WASHINGTON — Speaking to a group of New Jersey's movers and shakers tonight, Gov. Chris Christie repeated a message that has become the cornerstone of his most recent speeches: The state's economy will get worse if it doesn't curb public...
Three Bridges Elementary School and the Kellman Brown Academy in Voorhees are among 48 schools to be gain national recognition for their environmental practices.
In January, the Democratic senator from New Jersey disclosed that his campaign had spent more than $400,000 on legal fees, amid investigations into his relationship with a Florida eye doctor, Salomon Melgen, by federal Department of Justice and the Senate ethics committee.
A 20-year-old man faces charges he was dealing drugs from his township home, where detectives found guns, crack cocaine, marijuana and oxycodone pills, police announced Tuesday.
New Jersey Institute of Technology launched a non-profit corporation designed to match academic researchers up with local companies that want to contract out their research to university labs.
Syed Rahman claims he his facing deportation to India as a result of the plea, but federal authorities deny that.
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer has often been questioned as to
why she didn't come forward last year when the alleged threats by the Lt.
Governor over Sandy Aid occurred.
Mayor George Muschal will go to court defending his action to remove Fire Director Qareeb Bashir in favor of his own selection to the post.
Even though New Jersey recently banned Tesla Motors' direct-sales plan, the company will open its first 'supercharger' station in the state Thursday at Hamilton Marketplace.
A bicycle, never ridden. A lipstick prank pulled off by old friends. Mother-daughter conversations that now burn in the memory, laden with regret. Among the 302 people dead or missing in last week's South Korean ferry disaster, there are a multitude of stories.
A PR nightmare for the NYPD's social media arm
Traffic on Communipaw Avenue between Kennedy Boulevard and Route 440 has worsened since the closure of the northbound Pulaski Skyway lanes but the opinions of business people on the street range from it being slightly worse to being bad enough to hurt business.
Raymond Perry, 48, is facing murder charges for the February 2009 slaying of Verona gas station attendant Daniel Pritchard, 29, of Boonton.
John Lazorchak of Long Valley became the fifth defendant to be sentenced in connection with the crime that included trading ahead of public announcements, earnings results
'Increased Quality, Expanded Access' aims to improve educational offerings for Newark's youngest citizens with programs for parents, teachers and child care center directors.
Ed Lloyd – the Pinelands commissioner – said he asked the ethics commission for advice on Dec, 12, after Christie administration officials had told him to recuse himself. Lloyd hoped he would get the all-clear to vote on the controversial project, which he opposed.
A Lodi High School teacher pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that he drove drunk and crashed into a parked Bergen County Police vehicle, leaving the officer inside severely injured
A city man arrested by sheriff's officers Monday was found to be in possession of a handgun and hollow-tip bullets, officials said.
The recent booming business of the Trenton-Mercer airport has made the parking lot there a battleground, the drivers said.
An Audubon spokesman thinks the bird could spend the summer and early fall here,
Filed in federal court last week by Moriarty's attorney William Popjoy III, the suit alleges that DiBuonaventura — who is currently facing 14 criminal charges including official misconduct and falsifying a police report in connection with the stop — violated Moriarty's constitutional rights when he arrested Moriarty on July 31, 2012.
WEST AMWELL TWP. — A 20-year-old Pennsylvania man has been charged with criminal mischief and theft, but no hate crimes, following vandalism last week that included spray-painted swastikas and curse words on businesses including Chicken Dog Cafe.
An undercover Paramus police officer shot twice in an alleged drug robbery gone wrong is expected to make a full recovery, while a Passaic man charged with attempted murder remains hospitalized, according to prosecutors.
Newark housing sales prices have leveled off since plummeting during the recession but rents remain high, according to a new report.
Scores, located on W. 28th Street, claims Dr. Zyad Younan refuted charges totaling $135,000 when his American Express bill came in the mail, according to multiple published reports.
In throwing out the conviction of David Bueso, the appellate court said neither the assistant prosecutor nor the trial judge questioned the girl sufficiently to determine whether she understood the importance of telling the truth.
Newly released campaign finance reports show Booker – a Democrat who won a special election last October to fill the seat left vacant by the death of U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg – raised $1.5 million toward his re-election in November and has $2.6 million in the bank.