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The New Jersey Department of Health announced the six applicants selected to open new medical marijuana dispensaries in the state next year, and none of... [Read More]
Both programs provide health and prescription drug plans for employees that are created by representatives of both labor and management. Because of differences in the... [Read More]
If either agency consents, it could force New Jersey Natural Gas to halt construction of the pipeline, which began earlier this month in Plumsted, Ocean... [Read More]
Open enrollment ended in New Jersey and most states at midnight Saturday, but Murphy argued that the sign up period should be extended due to... [Read More]
Facing widespread and vocal opposition, the Democratic leaders of the state Senate and Assembly announced Saturday night they were pulling the proposed redistricting amendment from... [Read More]
Johnny Bobbitt was present in the courtroom when Judge Mark Tarantino announced that he would be released from jail pending trial based on conditions negotiated... [Read More]
The state Assembly and Senate are scheduled to hold their final voting sessions of 2018 this Monday, and legislation to place the amendment on the... [Read More]
Donte Davis, 18, and a 16-year-old juvenile, were taken into custody Wednesday morning following an 8:04 a.m. report of a vehicle being stolen from the... [Read More]
New Jersey Farm Bureau President Ryck Suydam issued a statement on Wednesday supporting a $15 minimum wage bill introduced by Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, noting... [Read More]
The daylong event drew hundreds to Alpha Baptist Church and resulted in purchase of 662 firearms, including 349 rifles and shotguns, 308 handguns and five... [Read More]
Senate President Stephen Sweeney, D-3rd of West Deptford, spoke in favor of the idea Wednesday night during the 101.5 FM radio call-in show "Ask the... [Read More]
The Southampton fire was reported at around 5:30 p.m. at the former Anapa's Cafe on Magnolia Road and drew firefighters from the township and several... [Read More]
The report from the Special Committee on Residential Foreclosures made 17 recommendations ranging from improving public outreach and understanding of the foreclosure process to changes... [Read More]
The city's water has now exceeded the maximum contaminant level for the chemical compound trihalomethane for five consecutive quarters dating back to September last year,... [Read More]
The township took possession of the 42,000-square-foot shopping center in July after receiving court approval to condemn and seize the Pemberton-Browns Mills property through eminent... [Read More]
Legislation directing the state Department of Agriculture to create an industrial hemp agriculture pilot program to promote the study and cultivation of hemp to the... [Read More]
The grant awards were announced Tuesday morning after Gov. Phil Murphy held a news conference at a school in Carteret, Middlesex County, to tout the... [Read More]
Assemblywoman Carol Murphy, D-7th of Mount Laurel, introduced the measure in March and has pushed for its approval, arguing that video recording meetings is an... [Read More]
Fresh Harvest Group, a Delaware-based company linked to a New England-based cannabis operation known as Nature's Remedy, has a letter of intent to lease 46,000... [Read More]
Lamont Repollet told lawmakers that the administration continues to support proposed changes to the PARCC this school year, including eliminating four of the six tests... [Read More]
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