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NJ utility grace period is ending — will your service be cut off?
Utility companies in New Jersey have the green light to turn off your gas, electric or water in the new year for nonpayment, when a coronavirus moratorium's grace period officially runs out.
NJ company admits to price gouging of KN95 masks, officials say
A company that had no history selling personal protective equipment prior to the coronavirus pandemic has admitted its role in price gouging a chain of New Jersey grocery stores with the sale of KN95 masks in 2020.
Can it be saved? American bumblebee disappearing in New Jersey
There's a push to get it listed as an endangered species. In the meantime, homeowners can do their part.
NJ female workers earn about 18% less than male counterparts, figures show
The latest figures do not necessarily suggest that females are making substantially less than males while doing the same exact job.
What does college really cost? NJ law mandates yearly price list
Higher education institutions are already required to provide this information to prospective students.
100% doesn’t mean 100% — why NJ vote tallies may confuse you
Many races on the Nov. 2 ballot have been called, but the actual vote counting doesn't quit for a while across the Garden State.
Medicaid coverage expanding for pregnant women in New Jersey
The move aims to improve maternal and infant health, and decrease the racial disparity in birth outcomes in New Jersey.
$200 for the day — NJ needs you to work the polls
You'd be paid for training as well.
NJ weddings during COVID — more energy, but still plenty of caution
"A lot of our couples, I'd say a majority, now are actually requesting that their guests be vaccinated," said Candice Timmerman, event coordinator for Edgewood Country Club in River Vale.
Most NJ parents want masks worn in school, Monmouth poll finds
Respondents are more split when it comes to how schools should operate to start the 2021 academic year, and on vaccination requirements for students and staff.
AARP: COVID vaccine should be required for nursing home residents, visitors
More than 100 long-term care facilities in New Jersey have active outbreaks, according to NJDOH.
Fired for refusing COVID shot? NJ lawyer says you’re still eligible for benefits
A court ruling from 2014 may be all the help you need.