Jersey Living

Stories of sacrifice, service and resilience....
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Some towns have sold out their initial supply of season passes; availability of daily badges could be slim....
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Recent tales of caring, sharing and innovation....
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Copperheads and timber rattlesnakes feel right at home in our state's northern slopes and southern wetlands....
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The CEO and cofounder of Rising Tide Capital has emerged as an effective force in helping aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their American dream....
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The national nonprofit, which advocates for abused or neglected children, is now conducting Zoom visits with foster kids as well as virtual adoptions....
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As bias crimes proliferate, New Jersey is working to combat slurs and violence. ...
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Plans are in place. Crews are getting ready. Now, all that's required for the much-needed Gateway Tunnel under the Hudson is the federal funding. (Don't hold your breath.)...
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6 inspiring stories of generosity from around the state....
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Local shelters and rescues have reported record-low levels of animals awaiting homes....
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Maplewood’s Good Bottle Refill Shop, the first of its kind in the state, offers refills on detergents, shampoos, soaps and more. (Bring your own empty containers—or buy them there.)...
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Growing your own food and flowers is a productive, affirming hobby to embrace—especially now....
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The Garden State gave birth to the drive-in theater. The Delsea is alone in keeping the tradition alive....
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Large employers lack clarity on opening dates and the availability of foreign workers....
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Part-timers are defying the governor’s order, to the dismay of many year-round residents. Others are happy to have their business....
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And with florists closed due to the coronavirus, increased demand for fresh-cut flowers has moved to local farmers. ...
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Despite the current ban on public gatherings, many local brides and grooms have found ways to say “I do.”...
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Lake Hopatcong homeowners and businesses hope state programs and favorable weather can help quash last summer's disastrous algae invasion. ...
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Sam Ezersky, associate puzzles editor for the New York Times, says his passion began at an early age....
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What will local celebrations of Easter, Passover and Ramadan look like this year?...
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