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Marijuana delivery is coming to New Jersey
The wheels are moving on getting marijuana shipped right to your door.
More NJ residents are using NJ law to end their own life
"We definitely expect these numbers to go up year after year," Elissa Kozlov, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Public Health, told New Jersey 101.5.
New Jersey’s minimum wage set to exceed $15 in 2024
The increase applies to most workers.
COVID concerns renewed in NJ, but this isn’t 2020 all over again
The buzzwords are back: mask up, vaccinate, stay home if you're sick.
NJ’s special school elections: construction projects and potential merger
Voters in a handful of New Jersey counties will be asked Tuesday whether or not they're on board with local school districts borrowing millions of dollars for upgrades.
NJ has 2 of the best small businesses in America, list says
They're each competing to become one of seven finalists.
Deadline is approaching to cash in on NJ’s Senior Freeze program
New this year, seniors have the option to apply online.
2023 was New Jersey’s busiest wildfire season in more than a decade
Guess how many wildfires the New Jersey Forest Fire Service has responded to so far in 2023. You may be off by several hundred.
Poll: NJ residents share worsening views toward safety, schools
Out of a potential range of -100 to +100, the latest Garden State Quality of Life Index from Monmouth stands at +23.
These 9 NJ schools just earned a national award for student achievement
Nationwide, three-quarters of this year's recipients are elementary schools.
Want a bank job in NJ? Banking giant announces $23 minimum wage
A financial institution with nearly 200 branches in New Jersey is raising its minimum wage to $23, nearly $9 more than the Garden State's minimum pay level.
In diverse NJ, nearly three-quarters of elected officials are white
Political experts have been well aware of the discrepancy in representation, but the latest data offer insight into how deep that gap runs.