Newark School Superintendent Search Leaves Parents Shut Out

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn

 The leader of a Newark community group representing as many as three thousand city parents says they have been shut out of the search for a new schools superintendent and they feel betrayed.  Read more of this post


EPA Announces Changes in Guidelines for Nuclear Reactors & Refineries

By Ed Rodgers

Environmentalists are criticizing an EPA proposal aimed at reducing “fish” kills by cooling systems at nuclear reactors, power plants and other facilities.  Read more of this post

NCAA Business Impact

By Desiree Taylor

NCAA fans may have left Newark but the economic impact of their visit is still being tallied by the city and local businesses.  Read more of this post

State Treasurer Testifies at Assembly Budget Hearing

By Briana Vannozzi

The state treasurer told lawmakers today the economy has helped boost revenue figures but he warned there are still tough times ahead.  Read more of this post

Deep Vein Thrombosis

By Sara Lee Kessler

Dr. Robert Kayser, an interventional cardiologist at Centrastate Medical Center, says deep vein thrombosis can be life-threatening.  Read more of this post

Governor’s Town Hall in Hammonton

By Jerry Henry

Hundreds turned out for the Governor’s 11th town hall meeting this year.  Read more of this post