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South Jersey Official Who Mocked D.C. Women’s March Defeated by a Woman

An Atlantic County official known for mocking the January 2017 Women’s March on Facebook was defeated by a woman on Tuesday. Republican Freeholder John Carman, […]

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There Were 267 Drunk-Driving Arrests in One N.J. “Dry” Town Last Year

It’s been 84 years since Prohibition was rolled back in the United States, but remnants of the 18th Amendment (which was repealed by Congress in […]

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New Jersey’s Legal Smoking Age Rises to 21

Starting today, November 1st, New Jersey teens are no longer able to legally purchase and smoke tobacco products in the Garden State – including e-cigarettes. […]

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Here’s How Not to Host a Women’s Empowerment Event

If you were planning a women’s empowerment speaking event in this day and age, who would you invite to be a part of the panel? […]

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Atlantic County Official Under Fire for Jersey-Shaped Confederate Flag Patch

An Atlantic County freeholder is catching some serious flak for wearing a Confederate flag patch shaped like the state of New Jersey. In an interview with […]

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Best of Philly: Where to Eat in New Jersey

Best of Philly 2017 is now online as well as at newsstands. Check out the Best in food, drink, shopping, beauty, health, fitness, fun and games. Jersey […]

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OPINION: What New Jersey Really Should Do to Decrease Smoking

I used to smoke up until my mid-20s. And then I stopped. Partly because I married a nonsmoker, but also because I started seeing this […]

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Monstrous 926-Pound Mako Shark Caught Off N.J. Coast

Fishermen reeled in the largest shark in New Jersey history this past weekend: a 12-foot, 926-pound mako shark caught in North Jersey’s Hudson Canyon. 

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Christie Slammed With Ethics Complaint Over “Beachgate”

A New Jersey lawyer has waged an ethics complaint against Gov. Chris Christie over the “Beachgate” scandal. ICYMI, Christie and his family lounged in the sun at […]

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Supreme Court to Rule on Sports Gambling in New Jersey

In a move sure to please Philadelphians with deep pockets and easy access to the bridges, the U.S. Supreme Court announced on Tuesday that it […]

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Bar Fight Over the Eagles Key in Latest Push for N.J. Bail Reform

The story of the latest fight for bail reform in New Jersey begins in a bar in Sicklerville, where an argument between two Eagles fans […]

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Poll: N.J. Voters Don’t Think Cory Booker Should Run for President

Rumors have long swirled that U.S. Sen. Cory Booker is mulling a 2020 presidential run. The senator has neither confirmed nor denied those predictions. But […]

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Senate Bill Would Make Weed Legal in New Jersey

A Democratic senator has introduced a bill that would make recreational marijuana use legal in New Jersey. Sen. Nicholas Scutari is behind a bill that, […]

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Who Is Tom MacArthur, and What Did He Do to Rile Up South Jersey?

At a town hall meeting held on May 10th in the heavily Democratic township of Willingboro, New Jersey, U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur was the object […]

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Who’s Building Philly: Vince Viney

To understand why Vince Viney builds, all you really need to know is two basic principles: Inexpensive new homes don’t have to be cheap. And […]