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Back in the day, a market in New Jersey might consist of a single farmer selling corn, tomatoes and blueberries from a roadside stand during the summer.
Despite the disturbing statistics - three fatal overdoses from Heroin in Somerset County in the first five months of 2013 and 6000 deaths from drug and alcohol overdoses in New Jersey since 2004 - the biggest problem faced by those fighting the war on drugs is the unwillingness of the majority of the community to face the fact that there actually ... (more)
Gov. Chris Christie has talked at length in the past of his efforts to rebrand New Jersey, from the butt of late-night jokes to the image of a tough state making tough choices.
For many people who will visit the area for the 2014 Super Bowl, and even local residents who drive through the area every day, the Meadowlands has a bad reputation.
Assemblyman challenges DWI charge using police vid...: Assemblyman Paul Moriarty is challenging a DWI charge and suing the Washington Township cop for perjury.
Project Self-Sufficiency offers open enrollment appointments for New Jersey Family Care, the health insurance plan offered by the state of New Jersey to eligible children and low-income parents, every Wednesday morning, from 9-11 a.m., and every Thursday, from 6 - 8 p.m. New Jersey Family Care is a comprehensive health insurance program that ... (more)
Jobs and property taxes are the biggest concerns among likely New Jersey voters, according to a survey conducted by the Stockton Polling Institute .
' Volunteers aren't paid, not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless,' said Executive Director Bruce Litinger of Short Hills about Volunteer of the Year, Richard Gatward of Summit with P.R.I.D.E. Director, Dot Libman of West Orange.
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Reed Gusciora and Connie Wagner to allow the creation of craft distilleries in New Jersey was released Monday by the Assembly Budget Committee.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and a shore community will receive more than $53 million in federal reimbursement for the cost of removing debris from waterways after Superstorm Sandy.
The number of New Jersey residents whose homes are determined to be located in the highest risk flood zone has declined since advisory flood maps were issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency late last year, though the overall number of residents included in flood zones has increased over the present maps.
More than seven months after Superstorm Sandy devastated parts of the Jersey shore, thousands of homeowners are getting some relief from crushing rebuilding and insurance costs.
New Brunswick, N.J., June 17, 2013 - Building off the success of its Continuing Umbrella for Research Education Program that encourages underrepresented minority undergraduate and high school students to pursue careers in healthcare, the Cancer Institute of New Jersey is offering a related program focusing on clinical research.
David Martin, the vice president of the Friends of Monmouth Battlefield, Dan Sivilich, the president of the Battlefield Restoration and Archaeological Volunteer Organization, Bob Martin, the Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner and Gary Stone, a DEP historian, cut the ribbon and let guests into the museum.
After three years of campaigning to make drivers aware of the states "Move Over" law, Donna Setaro, the mother of New Jersey State Trooper Marc Castellano, who was struck and killed by a car on I-195 while outside his patrol car, will finally get her wish.
The month of rain continues for residents living in Southern New Jersey and along the eastern seaboard of the United States.