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A Montclair State program jumpstarts college credits for qualified Newark high school students, with the added bonus of a teaching job....
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New Jerseyans can expect to see the Garden State bloom with more native plants soon, thanks to a new law that encourages gardeners to purchase them....
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Jonathan Koppell has taken over for former President Susan Cole, who served for 23 years....
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Pandemic-related safety concerns and a desire to limit screen time have fueled a rise in outdoor learning....
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Plus, other New Jerseyans are writing to children in Kenya, Brazil and beyond....
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Getting out of Central Jersey was once the goal. Now, it's buying a first home that captures the spirit of the same region....
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Amid World War II, NJ's Garden Club dreamed up "a living tribute" to military sons and daughters. Today, there are 39 such sites throughout the state....
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Cycle for Survival, an organization dedicated to raising money for rare cancer research, will return to its late founder's hometown this May....
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Tenafly resident Saranne Rothberg, the founder of ComedyCures, believes laughter is the best medicine for those battling cancer....
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New Jersey public schools will soon be required to teach Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) history and achievements....
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An embattled group of Asian immigrants fled California in the late 1800s, finding sanctuary in northeastern New Jersey....
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Recognizing 298 medical professionals from New Jersey with diverse practice specialties at more than 70 participating hospitals and facilities....
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In the ever-changing landscape of Covid-19, we salute nurses, who have proven a bedrock of tireless support, dedication and professional expertise....
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Anthony Volpe, the Yankees' No. 1 prospect and a Watchung resident, played in front of a hometown crowd with the Patriots on Tuesday....
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Starting May 4, large grocery stores in New Jersey can no longer provide paper or plastic bags to customers. ...
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Alex Rodriguez spent the day at Seton Hall on Monday, discussing his baseball career and business and media ventures with students....
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At local fairs re-opening in the coming months, New Jerseyans can once again purchase wool and fresh lamb meat—plus see sheep shearing up close....
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Olmsted, who was born 200 years ago on April 26, designed green spaces throughout the Garden State....
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Located outside of churches, libraries and even private homes, the freestanding wooden boxes are open 24/7 and restocked daily....
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