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New Jerseyans get about an average return on investment for their health care dollars, according to a new study.
As the dog days of summer approach, New Jersey residents face an elevated threat of contracting a dangerous and potentially deadly disease carried by mosquitoes - West Nile Virus .
Gov. Christie has called the Legislature into special session on Thursday in an effort to pass a constitutional amendment and legislation that would overhaul New Jersey's bail system.
Municipalities around New Jersey rely on safety cameras to detect and deter dangerous driving at intersections with a history of crashes and violations resulting from red-light running.
A developer's rendering of the proposed Sterling Forest Resort, which won the approval of Tuxedo, N.Y., officials in May. More than a decade after New Jersey and New York spent $100 million to preserve Sterling Forest, a proposal to build a resort and casino in the vast wooded area alarms environmentalists and some officials who fear the project ... (more)
A motorcycle ran out of gas on the Pulaski Skyway in Kearny this evening causing closure of one lane for a short time and some delays, officials said.
"You walk out the door, you have shops and restaurants, you have the . "I felt if I was downsizing, it would be nice not to have to get into a car all the time."
New Jersey's marine life, ocean and coastal communities just can't get any relief.
He kicked off a new town hall series last week, 'No Pain, No Gain,' to drum up support for his plans to overhaul the pension system.
New Jersey Department of Transportation inspectors are seen in a boat under the Veterans of Salem County Memorial Bridge over the Salem River between Salem City and Pennsville Township Sunday, July 27, 2014.
Photo of a New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission facility. Raymond P. Martinez, NJMVC's chair and chief administrator, is urging qualified NJ residents to take advantage of its "Skip the Trip" program, which makes it possible to renew driver's licenses or non-driver IDs by mail.
One of the most important and sobering lessons learned in the wake of Superstorm Sandy was how susceptible New Jersey's critical facilities, such as water and wastewater treatment centers, transportation centers, emergency shelters, and health care facilities are to major storm events and resulting energy disruptions.
The Lorraine Bedrock well at the corner of North Mountain and Lorraine avenues is the site of a recent test that registered an elevated level of tetrachloroethylene.
Transportation industry employers will want to review the new registry and determine what impact the changes may have for their logistics operations.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 10:53 am
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