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West Nile found in New Jersey mosquitoes Twenty New Jersey residents have tested positive for a mosquito-borne virus that has spread through the Caribbean.
A developer's rendering of the proposed Sterling Forest Resort, which won the approval of Tuxedo, N.Y., officials in May. More than a decade after New Jersey and New York spent $100 million to preserve Sterling Forest, a proposal to build a resort and casino in the vast wooded area alarms environmentalists and some officials who fear the project ... (more)
EAST ORANGE, NJ The Blood Center of New Jersey headquartered at South Grove Street in East Orange is appealing to all eligible blood donors and the community at large for help with the current blood supply.
Three northern New Jersey mayors on Monday announced plans for a partnership between mayors around the state to improve public safety and reduce costs.
New Jersey's First News, hosted by Eric Scott , written and produced by Matthew White and Patrick Lavery.
A central New Jersey police officer has pleaded not guilty to several charges stemming from a firebomb attack at the home of his police captain.
A southern New Jersey mom faces numerous charges after she allegedly drove drunk with her young son in the car and tried to elude police following a hit-and-run accident.
I'm fairly confident that if I asked Glimpse of History readers to recall some of their fondest days in the Garden State, many would reminisce about summertime shenanigans.
A slight majority of New Jerseyans support legislation that would give terminally ill people with a short time to live the option of legally taking their own lives , according to a Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind poll released Monday.
Nia Pierce from East Orange wowed the audience with the performance that placed her as Gold Medalist for Music Instrumental Contemporary on the harp.
New Jersey Department of Transportation inspectors are seen in a boat under the Veterans of Salem County Memorial Bridge over the Salem River between Salem City and Pennsville Township Sunday, July 27, 2014.
Princeton lawyer Grace Dennigan has seen men and women come into her office during a difficult divorce process with hopes of leaving with a settlement that gives them the financial support they need.
A cold front with fall-like temperatures behind it may bring potentially severe thunderstorms to New Jersey by Sunday evening.
Since she moved from a single-family home to an apartment in downtown Englewood, Linda Kourakos has been able to spend less time in the car and more time on foot.
"It makes me gag," the Wall Township resident said from a sand chair on the Manasquan beach last week.
Third World levels of corruption in our health care system are an inevitable consequence of welcoming Third World doctors, especially when large amounts of money can so easily be extracted from our loosely monitored Medicare and Medicaid bureaucrats .
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 05:32 am
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