Hasbrouck Heights-based architecture firm DMR Architects has been hired to build a new headquarters for the Garfield Police Department, it said Wednesday.
A Madison maker of carbide steel cutting tools put workers at risk for amputation, according to the results of an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
The charity care funds that hospitals use to defray the cost of caring for indigent and uninsured patients are being reduced by $148 million, to $502 million, in Gov. Chris Christie's fiscal 2016 budget. However, the administration said it expects New Jersey's successful Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act to ease the demand for...
Pensions must have been on a lot of minds Tuesday as Gov. Chris Christie stepped to the podium in the Statehouse to deliver his Fiscal 2016 budget address.
New Jersey saw a decline to 11.7 percent in 2014 in the percentage of residents who don't have health coverage, from 14.9 percent in 2013. That's according to a new Gallup survey released Tuesday that reflects the impact of Affordable Care Act subsidies that help defray the cost of health insurance, as well as the ACA-funded expansion of Medicaid.
Michael Drewniak, the top spokesman for Gov. Chris Christie, is leaving the administration, according to multiple published reports.
An Edison maker of beauty and pharmaceutical products, along with a staffing company that provides it with workers, were cited by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration over a variety of hazards, OSHA said Tuesday.
The state Department of Health announced Monday that $380,000 in “Shaping NJ” healthy community grants are being awarded to 31 New Jersey communities to support projects that improve access to healthy food and expand opportunities for children and adults to become physically active.
When Jennifer Velez announced last week that she was leaving her job as the commissioner of the state's Department of Human Services for a top post at Barnabas Health, it made perfect sense.
CarePoint Health, which operates three hospitals in Hudson County, announced Friday that it will now offer care to area veterans, uniformed service members and their families through an innovative program that allows private-sector health care providers to supplement the federal government's veterans and military health benefits.
On Thursday night in his keynote address at the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce’s annual Walk to Washington dinner in Washington, D.C., Gov. Chris Christie largely steered clear of any mention of a possible presidential bid in the near future.
More than 5,200 small business owners received counseling in 2014 from the funding-constrained New Jersey branches of the Small Business Development Centers network, according to statistics released by the organization Thursday.