The List: Grab the Sunscreen and Hit One of New Jersey’s Top 10 Beaches

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New Jerseyans are always looking for the best spot to lay their towels in the summer, and with 130 miles of coastline and more than 700 beaches... Read more

PJM Red Lights Transmission Project Involving PSE&G, Other Developers

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The regional operator of the electric power grid last week unexpectedly suspended a transmission project partly being developed by Public Service... Read more

Federal Reforms Could Help NJ’s Immigrants Contribute Even More to State Economy

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New Jersey’s immigrants are creating thousands of jobs and contributing billions of dollars in tax revenue, but they could be doing even more... Read more

Home Healthcare Study Will Try to ID Models of Effective Treatment

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As healthcare continues to evolve, homecare providers are playing an expanding role protecting the health of senior citizens, disabled individuals... Read more

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As we all know, costs are not the same across the United States. People living in high-price states pay more for almost everything – from real... Read more

New Jersey Unlikely to Follow New York’s Subsidies of Nuclear Industry

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New York this week handed lucrative subsidies to the nuclear industry to keep a trio of power plants upstate afloat, but New Jersey is unlikely... Read more

Interactive Map: NJ Doctors Got $56M In Gifts, Fees From Drug And Device Makers

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New Jersey doctors and hospitals received nearly $59 million last year from drug companies and device makers in gifts, travel, royalties, and... Read more

Cooper's Right to Run Advanced EMS in Camden Upheld by Appellate Court

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Cooper University Hospital will maintain its lock on paramedic operations in Camden after wresting the service from South Jersey rival Virtua... Read more