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On Wednesday, NJ counts the homeless population
Advocates expect to record a higher number than in 2022.
What is concierge medicine? NJ doctors explain the benefits
According to Dr. Gary Schwartz, who runs a membership-based model in Hackensack, the concept of concierge medicine returns patients to "the way medicine used to be."
How to fight a cell phone ticket in New Jersey
In 2022 alone, municipal police departments across New Jersey issued more than 27,000 tickets for cell phone use behind the wheel, according to the New Jersey Judiciary.
Rutgers study: Certain sleep meds linked to overdose in younger users
"Medical professionals have become concerned about their risks, particularly if used over a long time," the Alcohol and Drug Foundation says on its website.
NJ looks to mandate practice hours for young drivers
New Jersey is one of just three states that do not require teen permit holders to log a certain number of supervised driving hours in order to be eligible for a license.
Taylor Swift mess prompts U.S. Senate hearing on ticket sales
Two months after Ticketmaster canceled its public sale of Taylor Swift concert tickets, a hearing has been scheduled in the U.S. Senate, to "examine the lack of competition in the ticketing industry."
NJ records drop in rates of birth complications, risky C-sections
More than 600 cases of maternal mortality were avoided over a five-year period, according to data released in January.
Overflowing with reusables? NJ tables plan to bring back paper bags
The New Jersey Food Council is not on board with the proposed law's call for the return of certain single-use paper bags.
NJ racial equality poll: 26% say Black and white people are treated the same
Black residents have essentially the same views on the topic today as they had a decade ago.
7 summer camp fairs scheduled for NJ, to help parents choose best fit
The events are free, and parents are encouraged to bring their kids, so they can see the options for themselves.
6 beached whales in 33 days — NJ groups say offshore wind may be to blame
They want offshore activity to be paused until some questions are answered.
Is your home a radon hot spot? Many NJ homes have high levels
The odorless, colorless, tasteless gas radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in people who have never smoked.