While many towns fight affordable housing obligations, others are getting creative.
Find out how achieving the “dream” is becoming a reality for some of our newest neighbors.
Opposing views on the number of units to be built complicates the path for cities.
Economic inequality forum provides platform for residents’ to voice concerns.
The leading causes of homelessness continues to be eviction and job loss.
The Anshe Emeth Community Development Corporation in New Brunswick assists families.
Department of Housing and Urban Development says Bergen County has ended homelessness.
A study found that 48 percent of college students reported experiencing food insecurity.
The latest ALICE study finds that 1.2 million households in NJ can't afford basic needs.
Since 2008, the number of clients at St. James Social Services has almost tripled.
Homelessness is down 12 percent over the last year in New Jersey.
Although Gov. Christie vetoed a minimum wage increase this year.