Author: Steve Adubato

Dr. King, who lived in Camden for a time and began his initial fight for civil rights in Maple Shade, had "an ability to speak across lines: Black and white, North and South, left and right."

Seen in: History, News

The new Legislature and the Murphy administration should tackle issues like offshore wind and climate change, judicial vacancies and veteran reform.

Seen in: News

New Jersey's leaders say they are committed to improving long-term care for veterans, but now they must prove it.

Seen in: News

Middle-of-the-road, common-sense politics in New Jersey have been taken over by the far left and the far right.

Seen in: News

It also hopes to inspire a lifetime of learning in students.

Seen in: News

How will college admissions change now that the Supreme Court has banned race-conscious criteria?

Seen in: News

New Jersey and the nation will miss Sheila Oliver. We are in need of more leaders like her.

Seen in: News

Need a break from the beach? Consider visiting these storied spots.

Seen in: Jersey Shore, Shore & Travel

From classic ice cream spots to a new water park in Atlantic City, there are so many reasons to adore the Shore this summer.

Seen in: Jersey Shore

Housing costs in the Garden State continue to rise. So does the general cost of living.

Seen in: News