Author: Amanda Staab

Starting May 4, large grocery stores in New Jersey can no longer provide paper or plastic bags to customers.

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Many New Jerseyans have turned over a new leaf and reimagined their careers and workplaces amid the pandemic.

Seen in: Jersey Living

A writer reflects on a sacred symbol of continuity.

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Founded by a former paramedic, MD1 brings emergency care—surgical procedures, blood, platelets, plasma—to patients unable to get to a hospital.

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Intensely trained for team-based settings, PAs increase access to health care in a wide range of specialties.

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NJ residents, including a Westfield couple who met in a support group for people who lost loved ones in the attack, reflect on 9/11's impact on their lives.

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New Jersey’s statewide ban on single-use plastics kicks in next spring. Here’s how we’re preparing to change our throwaway habits.

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Scientists and environmentalists say the blueberry industry that was born in the acidic, sandy soil of the Pinelands could die there as well.

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9 books by Jersey authors to savor down the Shore or by the pool.

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The care and feeding of Point Pleasant’s seagoing stars.

Seen in: Animals, Jersey Living, Jersey Shore, Jersey Travel