New Jersey's largest city is becoming increasingly unaffordable for its residents.
More than 100 health professionals sent Gov. Phil Murphy a letter urging him to reject the project’s permits.
The federal monitor, who has been overseeing the police division for five years, says his team’s work has been delayed by the pandemic.
The long-awaited fixes to the Pequannock Water Treatment Plant aim to improve the way the city cleans its water and prevent the type of crisis that thrust Newark into the national spotlight in 2019.
The vice president was in New Jersey to tout new federal investments on infrastructure.
Dr. Shereef Elnahal, president and CEO of Newark's University Hospital, discusses how the deployment will help improve health care for patients with and without COVID-19.
The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission wanted to build a back-up power generator on site to prepare for future storms.
After one inmate's death at the Essex County Correctional Facility and the vicious beating of another, officials vow a review of operations.
The policy change comes after an old mugshot post on social media suddenly went viral.
More than 22,000 lead service lines have been replaced with copper pipes across the city.
The law makes New Jersey the second state in the country to mandate lead service line replacement.
But Hindu students say they are the victims — of “Hinduphobia.”
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