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Troubled N.J. school district 'making progress,' but remains under state control

More than 60 percent of Camden students are still underperforming, but the state Board of Education members praised the district for innovative new programs to get the district back on track.

Forum educates families about mental health and addiction

The Addiction and Mental Health Reality Forum was held Tuesday night in Washington Township.

Police search Princeton school after threatening call

Police searched the school and deemed it safe Wednesday morning

Trenton firefighter robbed at gunpoint while on duty

City firefighters negotiated with the city for bulletproofs vests, but have not yet receive them.

Flemington welcomes Hunterdon Holiday Parade (PHOTOS)

The annual Hunterdon Holiday Parade was held in Flemington on Dec. 4, 2016.

Paterson schools improperly handled asbestos, former safety officer says

Paterson schools executive director of facilities allegedly said he did not care about federal regulations regarding mold and asbestos removal, a lawsuit claims.

2nd former N.J. man confirmed dead in Calif. warehouse fire

Ex-Morristown resident was a graduate of the University of California-Berkeley

Jersey City man missing since Sunday

Richard Ortega was scheduled to fly to the Dominican Republic later that morning.

Cold snap on the way, with wind chills in the teens

How long will the frigid air remain in New Jersey?

Trump staffer leading N.J. Christmas parade? Humbug, some say

Hammonton native Kellyanne Conway was invited to lead the annual event.