Middletown Little League moves step closer to World Series
What once was started a mere dream and improbable journey for a group of 12-year-olds from Middletown has rapidly become a very real possibility.
Proposed law in New Jersey takes aim at lead paint threat in homes
"We definitely have a lead issue here in New Jersey," Assemblywoman Muoio said. "We have 11 communities with higher lead infection levels than in Flint, Michigan."
Why do millennials keep leaving their jobs?
Over the last 20 years, the number of companies people worked for in the five years after they graduated nearly has doubled.
6 of New Jersey’s deadliest roads for pedestrians
Crossing these roads could get you killed.
Not into sports? Why you should still join the March Madness office pool
OfficeTeam of Woodbridge says there are ways that workplaces can get the March Madness without killing office productivity.
NJ bars load up on beer and corned beef for St. Patrick’s Day
Although the unofficial celebrations started earlier in March, New Jersey bars are gearing up for this week's official St. Patrick's Day.
New measure supports NJ charities, benefits taxpayers
New legislation introduced this week in Trenton is attempting to kill two birds with one stone by boosting charitable giving to New Jersey nonprofits while making the state a bit more tax-friendly.
NJ in the dark about double-dipping public officials, according to poll
It is often viewed as the poster child for New Jersey political corruption, but most New Jerseyans are not aware of double-dipping.
NJ is an average state for women, study finds
A new study from WalletHub ranked the best and worst states for women, using 15 different metrics across economic, social, health and safety issues.
New tourism kiosk highlights Middlesex County’s historical significance
Officials hope a new kiosk at Rutgers University will educate visitors about the rich Revolutionary War history in the area. The new kiosk came to the school through a partnership between Middlesex County, Crossroads of the American Revolution, and Rutgers University...
NJ workforce development ranking rises
In a new report, New Jersey earned a high ranking for it's workforce development efforts.
NJ food banks face post-holiday donation drop
The already-difficult fight against hunger adds another hurdle this time of year as New Jersey food banks face a dwindling food supply and sharp dip in donations.