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Hospitals pleased with partnership benefiting special needs students

Hospitals pleased with partnership benefiting special needs students

Three hospitals in the state, along with Bergen County, have partnered with Project SEARCH to give students with special needs and disabilities a...

Christie knew of lane closure plan before it happened, Kelly testifies: Report

Gov. Chris Christie's former deputy chief of staff, Bridget Anne Kelly, told a court Friday that she informed the governor about the plan to run a...

N.J. added 3,300 jobs in September

New Jersey saw the addition of some 3,300 private sector jobs last month, according to a new report put out Thursday by the state Department of Labor...

Manufacturing conditions, outlook stay positive in S. Jersey, Fed says

Manufacturing conditions continue to improve in the region that includes South Jersey, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

Poll: Clinton maintains double-digit lead over Trump in N.J.

Poll: Clinton maintains double-digit lead over Trump in N.J.

Former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is currently enjoying a double-digit lead in New Jersey over her...

Christie job approval rating hits new low

Gov. Chris Christie's job approval rating reached a new personal low of just 21 percent in the latest Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind Poll,...

Former state education commissioner has a new job

Former New Jersey Commissioner of Education David C. Hespe has found a new position, just a few weeks after leaving his state government post.

Princeton University paying $18M to settle property tax exemption suit

Princeton University has agreed to pay more than $18 million over the next five years to settle a lawsuit over its property tax exemption status.

Trump woos Indian-Americans at Edison gathering, but draws protesters, too

Trump woos Indian-Americans at Edison gathering, but draws protesters, too

Donald Trump stole the spotlight Saturday evening at what was advertised as a charity event to help those affected by terrorism in Kashmir.

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