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NJ hurricane season begins — several big storms predicted for Atlantic
As a New Jersey resident, you're likely well aware by now that it only takes one storm to create catastrophic conditions.
NJ Transit starts selling tickets on their website, as a test
Typically, your only online option to purchase tickets is through the NJ Transit mobile app.
NJ’s ‘move over’ law and ‘safe passing’ law — what you need to know
You can save a life and avoid hundreds of dollars in fines all at the same time.
NJ residents have less favorable view of Phil Murphy, as a person and as governor
New Jersey residents feel less positive about their governor and the future of their state compared to less than a year ago, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Every NJ county may be tasked with helping homeless during extreme heat
New Jersey counties have a plan in place for extremely cold temperatures, but not for unbearably hot weather.
We found what could be the strangest restaurant in NJ
Two-headed animals. A candy shop. An in-house photographer. And the food is great.
2 women guilty: 8-year-old in Brick, NJ locked in room with no bed, lights
Responding officers found the child locked in his room, which reeked of urine, the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office said.
Doo-Wop New Jersey: 10 things to do in the Wildwoods that are the bee’s knees
Here's a rundown of some things you may like to see and do during the summer, when "every day's a holiday and every night is a Saturday night."
Report: Drug deaths spike, cancer prevention lacking among NJ seniors
New Jersey ranks among the bottom half of states in a 2023 report on the quality of life for residents aged 65 and older.
Water tested, beaches filled — NJ residents get the all-clear to hit the shore
When beach weather arrives in the Garden State, the Jersey Shore sand is ready to handle crowds and swimmers, thanks in part to yet another relatively mild winter, coastal experts say.