Reporters Roundtable – Friday, December 31, 2010

Hosted by Michael Aron
A year-in-review show looking back at the big topics of 2010. Read more of this post

1980’s in Review

NJN News Archive: December 29, 1989

The final installment of the NJN News Archive series wraps-up with a decade in review.  Read more of this post

Bariatric Fashion Show Celebrates Weight Loss

By Sara Lee Kessler

A monthly support group meeting for bariatric patients at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton became a fashion show Read more of this post

2010 in Review with Kean & Byrne

By Kent Manahan

 Former Governors Tom Kean and Brendan Byrne give their perspectives on the political scene in New Jersey and key issues during a 2010 year-in-review.  Read more of this post

Baby M

NJN Archive: September 14, 1987

Lawyers for Mary Beth Whitehead, the mother of a baby legally called Melissa Stern, went before the New Jersey Supreme Court to argue that a lower court’s ruling granting custody to the child’s biological father, William Stern, should be overturned.  Read more of this post

Climatologists Say NJ 2010 Weather Marked by Extremes

By Ed Rodgers

2010 is being called the year of weather extremes.  Read more of this post

Stranded at the Airport: Day Three

By Desiree Taylor

Passengers are still waiting to board flights out of Newark Liberty International Airport.  Read more of this post

Coastal Communities Still Digging Out

By Jerry Henry

Three days after the storm many coastal communities are still digging out and wondering why their streets still haven’t been plowed.  Read more of this post

President Clinton Visits Superfund Site in NJ

NJN News Archive: March 11, 1996

President Bill Clinton highlighted the difference between Democrats and Republicans on environmental issues by visiting the Industrial Latex Superfund site in Wallington, Bergen County.  Read more of this post

Winter Weather Health Concerns

By Sara Lee Kessler

There’s something about frigid air that causes blood vessels to constrict as the body tries to prevent heat loss, putting patients at greater risk for myocardial infarction, or heart attack.  Read more of this post