New Jersey

Sigh. Apparently a New Jersey high school principal needs to brush up his American history because he didn’t realize that Black people were still slaves in the year 1776. Principal Dennis Perry apologized for the words “Party like it’s 1776” that were printed on the high school’s prom tickets. According to ABC11: “It was insensitive […]

This superintendent must not have liked the school’s track team. Or something.       Facebook: The Karen Clark Instagram: @TheKarenClark Twitter/Snapchat: @The_KarenClark

The Atlantic City Council honored a New Jersey man who broke up a street fight between two African-American teen boys that was documented in a viral video Monday.

The South Mountain Elementary School apologized for the assignment and took the drawings down from the school's hallway.

A leaked audio file captures President Donald Trump inviting members of his Bedminster golf club to join his presidential transition meetings.

Republican lawmaker Tom Weathersby has proposed counseling and fines in sagging pants ban.

More than 1,800 former New Jersey inmates have filed complaints over jail conditions. They expect to receive money, but a judge is dismissing the suits.

Gov. Christie proposes a school funding plan that would equalize how much the state spends per pupil. But state Democrats are blasting his proposal.

Gov. Christie proposes a school funding plan that would equalize how much the state spends per pupil. But state Democrats are blasting his proposal.

A total of 76 out of the 324 samples taken were above the agency's action level. Five percent of the lead samples were discovered in water fountains or other sources of drinking water. Other tainted samples were from sinks only required for cleaning or washing hands.

A New Jersey police chief who allegedly wrote an email defending racial profiling of "suspicious Black people in White neighborhoods," has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into the correspondence.

In Newark, N.J., officials have closed the water lines for 30 schools in the Public Schools system due to the discovery of lead and discoloration. In a Wednesday announcement, New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection and school district are using water from other sources, the Huffington Post reports.