Author: Julia Martin

A new book by FDU professor Kara Alaimo aims to help parents protect their daughters from online dangers.

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The Garden State's legalization of pot had entrepreneurs and town leaders envisioning heady profits. The reality hasn't been quite so uplifting.

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Brute's Roots is beating the odds with low prices, sun-grown weed and plenty of patience.

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Baked by the River dispensary in Lambertville is a "warm, welcoming" community space where customers can learn about the health benefits of cannabis.

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Conscientious salon owners are doing their part to prevent excess dyes, foils and hair from contaminating our water supply.

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Smack-dab in a competitive dining market, the hotel restaurant has struggled to fill its seats. But it actually offers many perks that even Montclair's best eateries don't!

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Like many Montclair residents, I’ve had some fun run-ins with the Late Show host.

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The Clinton Hill Early Childhood Education Center is revitalizing Newark's South Ward neighborhood and bringing hope to its families.

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In New Hampshire speech, Christie lambasts Trump but offers no support for Haley, the Republicans' best chance to beat the former president.

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If you're having trouble finding a mental health provider, you're not alone.

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