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NJ says 2 counties should be sprayed for tree-killing caterpillar
The New Jersey Department of Agriculture has proposed treating approximately 5,000 acres of residential and county-owned properties this year.
Not just COVID! NJ needs to get tested for STDs as rates rise in these towns
Planned Parenthood is encouraging people in New Jersey to "take charge" by getting tested and talking to their partners about safer practices.
Trenton, NJ Man Stole Puppy During Home Invasion, Cops Say
Officers were told by a female victim that a male had rushed into her house, armed with a gun, and stole her tan pit bull.
Atlantic City, NJ casino workers continue push for permanent smoking ban
"Every day we see more and more smoke and smokers, people being more comfortable blowing the poison in the air," said a dealer at Borgata.
Is your child really OK? Youth suicide experts urge parents to spot changes
The trouble is, a change in behavior for a teenager isn't automatically a sign of suicidal ideation.
Camden County, NJ resident positive for mosquito-borne illness that kills horses
The resident remains hospitalized.
Itchy throat? Ragweed season has begun in NJ
If you have seasonal allergies, chances are you're allergic to the pollen that's bursting throughout New Jersey right now.
Have you seen this? Cicada killer wasp active right now in New Jersey
Living up to their name, the female wasps use their stinger to kill cicadas in a way that could come straight from a horror film.
Women charged more than men — proposed NJ law targets ‘pink tax’
“By a woman’s 50th birthday, she will have spent an average of $69,132 more for the same goods and services than her male counterpart, solely as the result of her gender," said Sen. Nia Gill.
Are active-shooter drills in NJ schools doing more harm than good?
"New Jersey schools currently are required to conduct active shooter exercises but guidelines are vague on how drills should be conducted," the Murphy Administration said on April 15.
Prom is happening — how NJ schools are getting it done
In-person prom was an absolute no-go for New Jersey high schools in 2020 due to the threat of COVID-19.
Airbnb implements strict July 4 rule in NJ and beyond
July 4 lands on a Sunday this year; Airbnb notes the national holiday has been pegged as the reopening-from-COVID date in the U.S.