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Why Young Homebuyers Should Consider Collingswood

Shaking things up “People want to live in Collingswood. We have a whole new generation moving here,” says Main Street Realty’s Pam Ciervo. The firm […]

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Get Ready for 10- (or 11- or 7-) Digit Dialing in South Jersey

Starting Saturday, phone users from Mercer County all the way down to Cape May in New Jersey accustomed to dialing just seven digits when they […]

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N.J. Radio Hosts Off the Air After “Turban Man” Comments

Longtime NJ101.5 talk-show duo Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco have been suspended after repeatedly referring to New Jersey’s attorney general, Gurbir S. Grewal, as “Turban […]

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New Jersey Attorney General Pauses All Weed Prosecutions

In a major win for marijuana advocates in New Jersey, state officials announced plans on Tuesday to pause all municipal prosecutions of weed offenses in the coming months […]

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New Jersey Lawmaker Wants the State to Tax Tap Water

A New Jersey lawmaker wants to tax tap water. State Senator Bob Smith, a Democrat from Middlesex County, has introduced a bill that could leave […]

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Plastic Bags Could Soon Cost You 5 Cents in New Jersey

Soon, you might have to shell out 5 cents per plastic (or paper) bag on New Jersey shopping trips. Last week, state lawmakers passed a measure requiring […]

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A Work of Art in Rosemont, N.J., for $1.395M

The striking house you see in these photos came to be what it is now because of the love of Art. That would be Art as […]

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“Weak” Gun Laws in Pa., Other States to Blame for N.J. Crime, Say N.J. Officials

In releasing the first of New Jersey’s new reports on crimes involving firearms, first-year Gov. Phil Murphy took the opportunity to blame the gun laws of other […]

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Opioid-Related Deaths in Pa., New Jersey Outpacing National Average

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pennsylvania and New Jersey are among the states hardest hit by the opioid epidemic, which […]

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NJ Lawmakers Want Even Tougher Gun Laws

Just days after hundreds of thousands of students and supporters marched in protest of gun violence nationwide, the Democrat-led General Assembly of New Jersey passed […]

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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 […]