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Construction is on the rise in New Jersey

If you have traveled around the state lately, chances are you have come across construction of some kind.

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Selling a home in New Jersey? Learn the 4 steps that are essential

In New Jersey and many other states, more homes are hitting the market this time of year to meet the blooms of spring and rising temperatures. However, it's hardly ever safe to present your home "as is."

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An employee of the Wiliam Antheil Elemetary School in Ewing puts the flag at half-staff on September 11, 2014
An employee of the Wiliam Antheil Elemetary School in Ewing puts the flag at half-staff on September 11, 2014 (Dan Alexander,Townsquare Media NJ)
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Group ends challenge to ‘under God’ in Pledge of Allegiance

FREEHOLD (AP) — A group has ended its legal challenge against a Monmouth County school district to the phrase "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.

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Is it a cold or spring allergies? (Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock)
Is it a cold or spring allergies? (Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock)
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Is it a cold or spring allergies?

It's starting to feel more like spring, which means the trees are beginning to bloom, everything is turning green and a lot of Garden State residents are sneezing and feeling run down. But how do you know if you've spring allergies or a spring cold?

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Water company managers say some strange things get flushed down there. (Ryan McVay, ThinkStock)
Water company managers say some strange things get flushed down there. (Ryan McVay, ThinkStock)
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The 4 worst things people are flushing down their toilets

They say they're "flushable" on the label, but if you do flush one of those wet wipes or moist towelettes down the toilet it could cause big problems.

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Jersey Fresh produce heads to Canada. (Jupiterimages, ThinkStock)
Jersey Fresh produce heads to Canada. (Jupiterimages, ThinkStock)
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Promoting ‘Jersey Fresh’ to consumers in Canada

New Jersey agriculture officials will be in Canada this week to promote "Jersey Fresh" with one of our strongest customers.

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Gov. Chris Christie speaks at a town hall meeting at the Hanover Township Community Center on March 24, 2015, in Whippany, N.J. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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Will town hall performances be Christie’s presidential comeback?

Once the darling of the Republican Party nationwide, Gov. Chris Christie finds himself trailing badly in early primary state polls in the 2016 presidential election.

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Many middle class college students failing to earn a degree on the first try

We hear a lot about lower-income students failing to earn a college degree, but the same can be said for students from middle class families.

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One more nice day, then April showers will return

We're coming off a beautiful weekend with more nice weather for Monday, although pockets of heavy rain are in the forecast for New Jersey on Tuesday.

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Drug-resistant stomach bug reaches New Jersey

A stubborn strain of an intestinal illness is making noise in several states, including New Jersey.

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Heroin Wasteland – Can New Jersey’s addiction epidemic be stopped?

Heroin Wasteland (Part 5 of 5): In the final installment in our exclusive series on New Jersey’s drug abuse epidemic, we learn efforts are being made across the board to promote better understanding about the dangers of heroin, and get effective help for those who become ensnared by the drug.

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Property taxes (claudiodivizia, ThinkStock)
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Property tax rebate? Don’t spend it all just yet, NJ comptroller says

It is no secret that New Jersey is home to some of the highest property taxes in the nation.  But an investigation by the state comptroller has found the state can potentially save millions of dollars annually for its property tax relief programs by fixing a blind spot in the sharing of data that is already being collected by local officials.  

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