A new study found progress made to reduce child poverty over the past 25 years in the U.S. is at risk of stalling or being reversed. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a health philanthropy organization, has released a study showing child poverty is on the rise after falling by 59% between 1993 and 2019.
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High-end real estate developers The Post Brothers have flipped Presidential City, a 1,015-unit, luxury, high-rise community in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for $357 million.
At a press event at a day care center in Bloomfield, NJ, New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy unveiled a grant program from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) for funding from the $54.5 million New Jersey Child Care Facilities Improvement Program.
This week’s guest on SBN Newsmakers is Eric Kakauridze, tobacco programs supervisor for Tobacco-Free NJ.
Big-box stores and warehouses have billions of square feet on their roofs that could be covered with solar panels. Rutgers University professor David Hughes has some ideas for how to do that.
An audio report on Stanford University’s new report about the role of targeted advertising in convincing African Americans, young people and women to start smoking.
Adam Gordon, executive director of the Fair Share Housing Center, discusses the center’s recently released report, Untapped Resources: How New Jersey Can Leverage State Financing and Land for Affordable Housing and approaches New Jersey should be taking to increasing the affordable housing stock in the state.
By Alvin Plexico Navy Office of Community Outreach GULFPORT, Miss. —Danielle Carpenter, a native of Pennsauken, New Jersey, is one of the many civilians of…
Words of praise continue to pour in for former New Jersey Governor Jim Florio, who died over the weekend at age 85. Florio was best…
A conversation about cyberbullying with IT security expert Adrianus Warmenhoven of NordVPN.