A fifth lawsuit has been filed against Stockton University after a student alleged a university counselor’s son raped and assaulted her.
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Nursing is one of the fastest growing professions in the country, according to national reports, but it’s still facing an impending shortage as experienced workers retire and the population of older residents grows rapidly.
TRENTON (AP) — Young students in New Jersey schools are now guaranteed at least 20 minutes a day of recess.
TRENTON — A bipartisan task force formed by New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney recommended Thursday the state overhaul its pensions and school systems among other changes to address a cost “crisis.”
Child pornography charges against the principal of Pleasantville High School have been upgraded to first degree following his arrest Wednesday, when police say they found more than 1,000 images and videos on his school-issued computer.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A month before the scheduled opening of Stockton University’s new campus in Atlantic City, the college approved the purchase of the nearby former Atlantic Club casino for future expansion.
MAYS LANDING — The principal of Pleasantville High School was arrested Wednesday on child-porn charges, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced Wednesday.
MAYS LANDING — The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office on Tuesday acknowledged two potential conflicts of interest in the sexual assault cases surrounding Stockton University, citing family ties involving the prosecutor and the head of the Special Victims Unit.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Concerned about the impact of state aid cuts to their school districts, administrators and board members from around the region met at Sen. Jeff Van Drew’s office on Thursday to strategize.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The former Atlantic Club could be the next Stockton University purchase.
SOMERS POINT — The school board here is facing an unprecedented election this November, as no candidates have filed to run for five open seats on the board.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Township police will participate in Stockton University’s upcoming Welcome Week activities to discuss safety after four lawsuits against the college and an off-campus fraternity were filed last month alleging rape.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Sexual assault on college campuses is a pervasive reality, and the latest accusations against Stockton University show no place is immune.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University was thrust into the growing national spotlight on fraternities after four women sued the school last month claiming they were drugged and sexually assaulted at a rogue frat off campus.
ATLANTIC CITY — The air was thick with tension inside the kitchens at the Charles D. Worthington campus Tuesday morning as the aspiring chefs put the finishing touches on their plates.
TRENTON — A new program launched last week by the state will provide free tuition and and cover fees for select students who attend one the state’s 19 community colleges next spring.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University has sold Seaview Resort to a Florida company for $21.07 million, the college announced Wednesday.
Stockton University President Harvey Kesselman addressed several alleged sexual assaults involving former and current Stockton students with a statement on the university website’s news page.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A fourth civil lawsuit was filed by a former student Friday against Stockton University and the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity alleging sexual assault and discrimination.
VINELAND — Cumberland County College and Rowan College of Gloucester County have signed a transfer agreement for engineering students.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Looking back on her life, Shatira Williams, 33, wishes she listened to her grandmother, stuck with it and earned her bachelor’s degree when she first attended college as a teenager.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — As recreational marijuana legalization and decriminalization in New Jersey becomes more of a possibility, advocates in drug prevention and treatment fields are bringing up potential consequences of that industry.
ATLANTIC CITY — Walking past groups of children playing at the Boys & Girls Club summer camp Wednesday afternoon was a group of 85- and 86-year-olds coming back to the city to give back.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — A local charter school is undergoing a name change this year after parting ways with its curriculum provider and multiple lawsuits.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Dolce International will continue to have a hand in operating the century-old Seaview Resort after Stockton University sells it, according to a public notice filed earlier this month.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law school funding legislation intended to help under-aided districts, including some in South Jersey, on Tuesday.