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Secret school recordings posted on YouTube by a father, with an adult being caught calling the man's 10-year-old autistic son "a bastard," have helped spur an effort to speed the disciplinary process for teachers and other school employees who bully
Legislation that would help older New Jerseyans find employment or keep their jobs has cleared another important hurdle. The state Senate recently approved plans to create a New Jersey Senior Labor Task Force by a 39-0 vote. It now heads to the
Thanks to a bill Gov. Chris Christie signed into law last week, New Jersey will become the toughest state in the nation on anti-bullying legislation. The unprecedented new law aims to eliminate loopholes present in the original 2002 anti-bullying
The Union League of Philadelphia, founded in 1862 to support the Union and President Abraham Lincoln's policies but known today as a hub for hobnobbing, power lunches and debutante balls, welcomed its first female president on Tuesday. Joan Carter, a
Swearing-in ceremonies today at the Statehouse welcoming Dawn Marie Addiego and Linda Greenstein to the state Senate will boost the number of women in the Legislature's upper house to 10, the highest on record. "Unbelievable. Absolutely unbelievable,"
Comments After a six month absence to treat an aggressive form of oral cancer, state Sen. Diane Allen (R-Burlington) returned to work in Trenton today. "It feels wonderful. I've stayed home to gather the energy so I could do this, and here I am,"