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16 hrs ago | CBS Local
They say nauseating emissions from a nearby printing company are ruining their quality of life.
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20 hrs ago | The Triangle
Drexel University biologists are collaborating in an effort to save northern pine snakes from extinction using military technology.
22 hrs ago | ABC News
You've probably heard of the West Nile virus -- a rare but deadly infection transmitted by mosquitoes.
Yesterday | Forbes.com
The record in the New Jersey Tax Court in the case of the Estate of Marie P. Frappoli does not indicate what the reason was that influenced Ms.
Yesterday | The Jersey Journal
New Jersey Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon , shown in this file photo, wants to block the MVC from sending driver info to other states' for the purpose of ticketing them for traffic violations caught on camera TRENTON - One New Jersey lawmaker wants to keep New Jersey drivers from getting fined by other states' red light cameras.
With construction continuing on Chimney Rock Road, the Bridgewater Township Council approved two resolutions to enter into agreements with the state for new traffic signals in the area.
File photo of potholes on New Jersey highways. The New Jersey Department of Transportation is spending $11.2 million to repair the 11-mile New Jersey stretch of the Palisades Interstate Parkway, which former agency commissioner James Simpson called worse than many roads in third-world nations.
Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon, New Jersey's red-light knight, has taken on all the money-grubbing cameras in our state.
This time wasn't to travel, but rather to announce United Airlines' addition of routes serving Atlantic City International Airport in November 2013.
The head of the Sierra Club in New Jersey says the state wants to weaken surface water quality standards to the benefit of "developers and special interests."
Though other scandals may be more prominent in New Jersey at present, the investigation into the corrupt practices of the Newark Watershed Conservation and Development Corporation is slowly but surely making progress with Senator Cory Booker coming under scrutiny.
Jersey Grown peaches are at the top of everyone's list as one of the most beloved fruits of summer.
TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie today called conservative criticism over his administration's decision to stop Tesla from selling cars in its showrooms in New Jersey "complete crap."
Rookie officer Melvin Santiago was killed early Sunday while responding to an armed robbery call at a 24-7 Walgreen A Jersey City police officer was shot in the head and killed early Sunday by a man who told a witness he was "going to be famous," Mayor Steven Fulop said.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 03:52 pm
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