Jersey Living

Government and private-sector initiatives are needed to help parents get back to work....
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Through Urban BoatWorks, middle and high school students learn skills to build wooden vessels, problem solve and become productive leaders....
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Whether it's tap or bottled, water is typically taken for granted by the dining public. But for restaurateurs, it's a labor cost—and a potential profit point....
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High school students undergo the grind of travel and tryouts in the hopes of college football scholarships. But is it worth it?...
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Preliminary work has begun on a five-year, $190 million plan to refurbish Newark Penn Station....
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The new state park, in its stretch from Montclair to Jersey City, will overlap with the September 11th National Memorial Trail and the East Coast Greenway....
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A game-changing trail akin to NYC's High Line is taking shape in the Garden State. Here's what Jersey residents should know....
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An unused rail line, stretching nearly 9 miles from Montclair to Jersey City, is being transformed into a beautiful new state park....
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Dig into what New Jersey's hottest chefs are cooking up....
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Plus: Two new restaurants open at American Dream in East Rutherford, while a Hoboken steakhouse is temporarily closing....
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The 39th annual poll is presented by the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center....
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Ruiz replaces longtime state Senator Loretta Weinberg, who retired in January, as Senate majority leader....
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Wagner, a junior at Camden High School, is the son and grandson of legendary Camden players. He’s also one of the top prospects in the country....
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The rapper recently told fans she was moving to New York when, in reality, she was packing her bags for New Jersey....
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Though grateful for a safe landing in the U.S., thousands of refugees—in limbo on a sprawling Pine Barrens military base—now face resettlement challenges....
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South Jersey saw its first big winter storm of 2022 on Monday, marking the start of what we're told is actually expected to be an average winter in the Garden State....
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Despite NJ’s vote to legalize recreational marijuana, some local leaders and residents don’t want dispensaries in their communities—at least for now....
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Many New Jerseyans have turned over a new leaf and reimagined their careers and workplaces amid the pandemic....
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Events and activities to check out in New Jersey ...
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Here's what local luminaries are determined to do for the Garden State in 2022....
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