Referred to as “The Irish Riviera,” Spring Lake Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

By Briana Vannozzi

On this Saint Patick’s Day, NJN News takes a visit to the shore town with Irish roots that run deep. Read more of this post


Crime-ridden Camden Rehires Police Officers and Firefighters

By Jerry Henry

Back in January, nearly half the city’s police force and a third of the fire department were laid off. Read more of this post

High Stakes Decision for Selecting the Next Superintendent for Newark Schools

By Marie Denoia Aronsohn

At an event at a “blue ribbon” school in Newark, Governor Christie outlined the search process for the selection of the next superintendent for the city’s troubled public schools … Read more of this post

CWA Presents Reform Proposal for Healthcare Benefits

By Zachary Fink

New Jersey’s largest public workers union hit back at the governor today over his recent remarks that health benefits would be off the table as the two sides begin bargaining for a new contract. Read more of this post

Hoboken’s Waterfront Requires Safety Repairs

By Desiree Taylor

A recent inspection of Hoboken’s waterfront shows there are additional signs of deterioration. Read more of this post

Kidney Donation Guidelines

By Sara Lee Kessler

For years, donor kidneys have been distributed on a “first-come, first-serve” basis. But now the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) is talking about changing its guidelines. Read more of this post