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Inside the Unique Rehab Center Saving NJ Birds

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/03/2023
At the Raptor Trust in Millington, Chris Soucy carries on his late parents’ legacy of running the state's preeminent wild-bird rehabilitation center....
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The West Orange catering facility hosted families and the famous, from Stevie Wonder to Ronald Reagan. ...
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The Philadelphia Eagles play the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII on February 12. Many in South Jersey are rooting for an Eagles win....
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A bright, modern new building signals a fresh era for air travel in the Garden State....
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Dawkins grew up watching games on TV from his Ridgewood home. Now he's president of the exhibition team, which makes three stops in NJ this month....
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"My childhood playground was a part of the rich history of Burlington County, a portal to freedom during slavery."...
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Town Clock CDC in New Brunswick provides affordable, long-term housing to female survivors of domestic abuse and their children—giving them time to heal....
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Deemed one of the state's most endangered buildings in 2018, the Woodstown structure is now home to Farmers & Bankers Brewing—and a future event space....
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Developers are capitalizing on these historic, character-rich spaces—turning them into restaurants, event spaces, offices and even a vape shop....
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Many New Jerseyans have spent fruitless hours trying to get through on the phone to the state regarding the ANCHOR program....
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It’s been 87 years since New Jersey executed Bruno Richard Hauptmann for kidnapping and killing aviator Charles Lindbergh’s 20-month-old son. ...
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With Jamir and JaQuan Harris and Dre and Tae Davis, the Pirates have two pairs of brothers for the first time in program history....
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A poll shows Dr. Mehmet Oz, whose Jersey ties were used against him in his Pennsylvania Senate run, wouldn't fare better in the Garden State....
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“While I have grown about 8 inches and gained about 70 pounds since 1970, the size 10 boots still fit.”...
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Tom Turcich's journey took seven years, covering six continents and 38 countries. ...
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In Bloodbath Nation, the Newark native collaborated with his son-in-law, photographer Spencer Ostrander, to examine our country’s gun-violence crisis....
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New Jersey is trying to combat misinformation with new bipartisan legislation that was signed by Governor Phil Murphy....
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Steven Van Zandt Ditched Sugar and Feels Great

By Jacqueline Mroz | 01/04/2023
It may sound implausible, but when you talk to Steven Van Zandt about why he wanted to create a line of healthy products, it starts to make sense....
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Thanks to four distinguished public-opinion research centers based here, there are more polls taken in New Jersey than almost anywhere else in the country....
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Eugene Campbell III's Hudson County upbringing and winding basketball career inspired him to create his nonprofit, Walk a Mile N Our Shoes....
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