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1 hr ago | The Jersey Journal
VINELAND -- Rabbi Dr. Murray J. Kohn carries a message of history and hope to many as a survivor of the Holocaust and active member of the community.
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Almost a third of the country's half-million bank tellers rely on some form of public assistance to get by, according to a report due out Wednesday.
In light of the murder of Trayvon Martin, The New Black Fest commissioned a diverse group of playwrights to write 10-minute plays reflecting on the tragedy.
Thomas C. Baxter Jr., executive vice president of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, shared his perspectives about "Leadership, Ethics and the Rule of Law" with College of Staten Island School of Business students and faculty last month.
Locals don't like the looks of the Colin L. Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership at City College of New York.
The just-launched START-UP NY program creates tax-free zones for businesses that set up or move into newly established tax-free zones, mostly in upstate New York.
WINNING POET: Tracy K. Smith will read a selection of poems from her Pulitzer Prize winning collection, "Life on Mars," as part of the monthly Poets at the Library series at Princeton Public Library, Monday, December 9, at 7:30 p.m. Ms.
The future bride is the daughter of Claudia and Jeffrey Grady, who have announced the engagement.
A new study pointing to a link between breast cancer and abortion among Chinese women may breathe new life into a debate over a long-contentious issue which both sides have accused the other of exploiting to promote its cause.
NYU Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions, New York Foundation for the Arts, Yamaha Pianos, RS Berkeley Horns, presents the 42nd Street Jazz Festival, from December 16-23, 2013 at Theater Row , 410 W. 42nd Street, NYC.
Institutions of higher education should foster the unfettered and free exchange of ideas for members of their own academic communities, but are under no obligation to provide support for the views of speakers from outside the campus walls.
A first-term councilman in Brooklyn's 45th district, Jumaane Williams sets his sight on the New York City Council Speaker position.
Federal food programs are now feeding more than 100 million Americans. The number of recipients has soared in recent years, thanks in part to Barack Obama's 2008 campaign pledge to abolish childhood hunger by 2015.
One of the victims killed in Sunday's train derailment in the Bronx lived in Queens, and friends remembered her as an ideal nurse and a good friend.
Governor Andrew Cuomo took the lead in front of the news media in the aftermath of the Metro-North train derailment Monday, the second time in two years where Cuomo has been highly visible during a crisis.
The four New Yorkers who died in the commuter train that derailed over the weekend led lives that reflected the dynamic diversity of the city they had just entered - but will never see again.