Jersey Living

Where has all the open space gone? In his Rowan research lab, John Hasse provides visual clues to questions about the Garden State's land-use patterns....
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What will happen to vulnerable tenants when Jersey lifts its pandemic-related moratorium on evictions?...
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The NJ State Lottery held its first drawing 50 years ago in January 1971. In the summer of 1976, I watched memorable characters flock to Black Horse Pike to play....
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As the science improves, the procedure is an increasingly attractive option for younger women....
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Turn downtime into productive time in 2021....
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How a star of the publishing world found happiness—and continued success—in the Jersey suburbs. ...
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Temporary Pet Guardians matches pet owners with guardians who care for the animals until their owners can retrieve them....
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Hope Trust is an automated platform for financial and caregiving plans for families with children who have social, behavioral or physical challenges....
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The restored Howell House, named for the renowned abolitionist, tells an encompassing tale of the Black experience in early America....
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A piece of Delaware on our coast? New York claiming our shoreline? New Jersey's borders have long been flashpoints in relations with our neighbors....
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Our intrepid readers hit the road and snapped selfies at 36 iconic destinations around the state....
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Shirley Parcon founded Urban Quack in her backyard as a way to teach her children about farming and sustainability. The free-range eggs are sold locally....
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This jolly fellow (and hundreds like him) are spreading Yuletide cheer from behind plexiglass this year....
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Amid shutdowns and Covid-19 protocols, restaurateurs recharged their batteries through creative activities and challenging workouts....
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New to NJ? Welcome. Get ready for a (mostly) wonderful winter....
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Life has thrown him some difficult curveballs, but he adjusts with grace, grit and humor....
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The results of our annual search for a December issue cover are in....
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As households flee urban areas in search of home offices, backyards and more space to ride out the pandemic, demand has gone "through the roof."...
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The South Jersey powerbroker defends his record on Camden development and invites critics to join his efforts....
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The social justice movement put Camden in the national spotlight. But there’s more to the city’s story than a new police force—and not everyone sees a happy ending. ...
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