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34 NJ towns, 12 counties getting at least $100,000 to reduce litter
Funds increased by $700,000 over the past year, so that means New Jersey consumers spent a lot more on litter-producing products.
New Jersey named one of the states with the ‘least drunk driving’
For every 100,000 drivers, New Jersey recorded about 230 DUI arrests in 2020, according to a report. That number tops 300 in many states, and is higher than 900 in South Dakota.
NJ advocate: Children being damaged in homes with domestic violence
If more parents understood how violence in the home could impact a child for life, perhaps a greater number would seek a way out of their abusive relationships.
NJ beaches in good shape, but one storm could change everything
Experts say New Jersey is in line for more nuisance flooding due to sea level rise.
Sandy victims still in limbo with ‘clawback’ of recovery funds
"While I am home, I am not whole," Stafford resident Joe Mangino told New Jersey legislators. "I feel like we're being held hostage."
Summer rentals still available for summer 2022 in New Jersey
Reasons include new construction, rising gas prices, and fewer COVID concerns.
Report: Drugs, alcohol, suicide combine for more than 4,300 NJ deaths in 2020
New Jersey recorded an increase in the number of deaths caused by alcohol and drugs, but the number of suicides dropped significantly compared to the year prior, according to a report from Trust for America's Health.
NJ could ban menthol cigarettes before FDA decides on national rule
A proposed law that bans menthol cigarettes in the Garden State has been reintroduced and could see legislative action in the coming weeks.
NJ gas prices flirting with $4.80 per gallon for Memorial Day Weekend
You didn't know how good you had it, paying about $4.08 per gallon at the gas pump a month ago.
Dealers using emoji to sell pills, cocaine — watch out for these codes
A pill, a chocolate bar, and a bus? That combo could be the launching point for an illegal transaction of Xanax.
‘She-cession’ still impacting NJ women in the workforce, report finds
Most women are back to work, but they're not necessarily back to normal.
Electrifying NJ school buses is about more than our health, report says
These buses could be used to provide power to the state's electric grid, if they have the right equipment.