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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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Photographed together as children leaving the concentration camp in 1945, three New Jersey Holocaust survivors reunited in North Caldwell in 2017....
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“Everyone should have access to fresh fruits and vegetables,” says Chip Paillex, the founder of America's Grow-a-Row....
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Murphy is "currently asymptomatic and feeling well," his office announced Thursday afternoon....
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“It was hard to leave,” Holloway said of Saint Peter’s. “Those guys, what we just did, with the whole team coming back—but I don’t say no to home. This is home.”...
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They made New Jersey home after World War II. Now, they speak out across the state, educating young people about what they endured....
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Liana Romano, a dementia-care specialist and speech-language pathologist, leads bird-watching field trips in her free time....
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Our state is a major stopover for birds migrating north every April and May. ...
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Chris Rock's tour kicks off in Atlantic City just days after Will Smith slapped him at the Oscars. ...
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As the executive director of the Devils Youth Foundation, Whitman Annis works to ensure hockey is accessible to every NJ kid who wants to play....
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While big chains may not find it worthwhile to keep struggling cinemas open given their huge overhead costs, smaller groups are stepping in to save theaters....
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The Jersey City school has shocked the world this NCAA Tournament. Saint Peter's coach, however, is hardly sweating the big stage....
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State Senate President Nicholas Scutari has opposed a recent bill that proposed adding self-service gas pumps in the Garden State—effectively killing the proposal....
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“There is hope for this river, but it’s going to take time. The whole idea of doing something for future generations is really important,” says "American River" director Scott Morris....
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Jersey Strong: Garden State schools Seton Hall, Rutgers and Saint Peter's are all heading to March Madness....
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