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Back roads are getting more congested in New Jersey

As congestion on New Jersey roads and highways keeps getting worse, a growing number of commuters are using back roads on their trip to and from work. The new traffic patterns have resulted in jams, especially in parts of Central Jersey, and new headaches for the state Department of Transportation (DOT).

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Credit history check for some jobs would be banned under bill

New Jersey could soon become the 12th state in the country to stop employers from using credit histories when determining whether or not to hire a job applicant.

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Summer leaves thousands of NJ children hungry

School is almost out for the summer in New Jersey and while many children look forward to getting out of the classroom, for hundreds of thousands of youngsters across the state, it means they no longer have access to breakfast and lunch.

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A sign for the newly completed exit 89 on the Garden State Parkway
A sign for the newly completed exit 89 on the Garden State Parkway (Justin Louis, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Parkway interchange completed as Jersey road construction put on hiatus

As New Jerseyans and others hit the road for the Jersey shore, the state Department of Transportation (DOT) has suspended work on all non-essential projects on weekends from now until the middle of September in an effort to keep the traffic moving.

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Step 1: Land a job; Step 2: Find a new one

Job satisfaction is not so common in the United States if new research from Indeed Inc. is any indication.

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NJ’s agriculture sector still a major economic player

New Jersey agriculture, in all of its forms, continues to be an integral part of the state's economy -- now more than ever.

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Drinking has become less popular with younger people, according to a new study. (Fuse, ThinkStock)
Drinking has become less popular with younger people, according to a new study. (Fuse, ThinkStock)
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Alcohol consumption drops among young adults

A new government study finds consumption of alcohol and binge drinking among young people has been dropping over the past decade.

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Food Stamp Challenge – What can $30 get you in New Jersey?

Thirty dollars per week doesn't offer consumers the most exciting and healthy shopping cart. But that's the maximum amount that food stamps can provide.

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A new study shows that work and technology could hinder sleep. (Stefano Lunardi, ThinkStock)
A new study shows that work and technology could hinder sleep. (Stefano Lunardi, ThinkStock)
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Work, technology send couples to bed at different times

In this day and age, it is not unusual for people to burn the candle at both ends. Whether it is staying late at the office, running children back and forth to their activities or signing onto the computer late at night to work from home, it is becoming less commonplace for couples to turn in for the night at the same time.

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Fresh Jersey strawberries are in season

It's the time of year that New Jersey residents eagerly anticipate. Fresh strawberries are now in season throughout the Garden State.

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Drunken drivers with kids in the car targeted by NJ lawmakers

Penalties for drunken driving with a minor in the vehicle could soon become far more severe in New Jersey than they are right now.

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Emergency personnel work at the scene of a deadly train wreck in Philadelphia
Emergency personnel work at the scene of a deadly train wreck in Philadelphia (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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NTSB says Amtrak engineer not using cell phone at time of Philadelphia derailment

The National Transportation Safety Administration has concluded that the engineer of the Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia was not using his cell phone at the time.

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