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Health care workers are here to help and to heal — not to be...

There’s no shortage of observers pointing out that our country has grown more impatient recently, and that civil discourse seems forgotten. This growing loss of civility — good manners, my mom would say — also...

Kids are alright, but their stress levels are rising

Like any parent or guardian, most of us are concerned about the future our children face. Today’s kids are confronted with alarming environmental changes, the ravages of global pandemics and, in many cases, the...

GCL line is transportation necessity for South Jersey

I live within a stone’s throw from the Conrail tracks that carry long, speeding freight trains past my house every day and night. When I first moved to my home, I had some concerns...

For crypto investors, large-scale bankruptcies are just start of new era for sector

The crypto industry is facing a situation reminiscent of the “big short” experienced by the mortgage industry in the early 2000s – many crypto companies have failed in the last 18 months, and most...

After 50 years of service, Codey offers one final wish: For the people to...

Picture the scene: Five kids gathered on the third floor above Codey Funeral Home in Orange, cutting out photographs of cars from any magazine we could find. When we collected enough, we’d go into...

State of the state of Black New Jerseyans: A look at business obstacles they...

As we embark on a new year, we are ever mindful of the state of Black New Jerseyans, and the following statistics — Blacks have the highest poverty rates and unemployment rates and the...

Union apprenticeships offer pathway to career after high school

Life is starting to get real for high school seniors across the country. The holidays bleed into class trips, proms, term papers and one of the biggest decisions of their lives: What's next? It's a...

Why Legislature could (and should) help N.J. take big step toward autonomous vehicles this...

While 2020 was understandably a reprieve from New Jersey’s usual highway congestion, anyone who has recently driven on the Garden State Parkway during this holiday season knows traffic is back in the Garden State....

The road to responsive change

As an election is upon us, change is in the air — probably to the detriment of President Donald Trump. Anticipated large turnouts usually indicate dissatisfaction with the existing order. Voters want change to...

How to survive commercial real estate industry in 2024

“Survive to ’25” has become a popular phrase among professionals in commercial real estate — because everyone in the industry knows 2024 is going to be a rocky year. Each of the players in the...

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Rutgers-Newark Center for Politics and Race in America named in honor of Sheila Oliver

In an honor befitting the influential and inspiring life that Sheila Oliver lived, the Center for Politics and Race in America at Rutgers University...

Healthcare Innovation Engine at SciTech Scity selects cardiovascular health as 1st focus area

SciTech Scity always has been a place that represented the great potential for innovation and discovery in New Jersey. This week, it took a...

William Paterson University nursing student enrollment surges to largest in northern New Jersey

William Paterson University recently announced it now boasts the largest nursing student enrollment in the northern half of New Jersey, as well as the...

Crow Holdings celebrates new beginnings at Marcal Paper warehouse site in Elmwood Park

Elmwood Park Mayor Robert Colletti, local dignitaries and community stakeholders joined Crow Holdings Development to celebrate the grand opening of 25 Market St. this week. A ribbon-cutting...

Newark’s Black-owned businesses awarded $2.3M in funding

The City of Newark and Invest Newark, on Thursday evening, celebrated reactivating downtown Newark’s commercial corridors and supporting small businesses in Newark’s Arts and...