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Governor’s STEM Scholars Hold ‘STEM in Academia Symposium’ at Rowan University

The STEM in Academia Symposium introduced 95 of New Jersey’s best and brightest STEM scholars, grades 10 through the doctoral level, to some of New Jersey’s distinguished academic professionals.

Gov. Murphy Recommends Local Projects As Part of $87 Million In Funding Through Green Acres Program

The Garden State Preservation Trust has approved and recommended to the New Jersey State Legislature nearly $87 million in funding for projects to develop or update parks, playgrounds and fields, which includes spaces in Gloucester and Camden Counties.

IT’SUGAR to Add New Three-Story ‘Department Store of Candy’ to American Dream Mall

IT’SUGAR, known for its over-the-top sweets, giant candy, and absurd (in a good way) sugar creations, has announced that it will open a new location on Saturday, Dec. 14 in the new American Dream mall located way up in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Holiday Gifts Of The Outdoors Help Support State Parks

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is offering discounted season passes just in time for a holiday gift for those outdoors enthusiasts.

New Jersey Wine Growers Across The State See One Of The Best Seasons In Growing History

According to several grape growers and wineries around the state, New Jersey has experienced one of the best grape seasons in history.

What’s Good – ‘Bigger Than A Game’

Following the tragic shooting that occurred at Pleasantville High School during a football game on Nov. 15 between the Pleasantville Greyhounds and Camden Panthers, the two teams met again at Lincoln Financial Field not only to finish their game, but to come together as a community.

NJDEP Urges Drivers To Be Extra Cautious During Peak Deer Mating Season

Drivers in New Jersey collide with deer approximately 50,000 times per year, according to the NJ Department of Environmental Protection. Most of those collisions occur during the mating season in the autumn.

Sweeney, Weinberg, & Ruiz Unanimously Reelected to Top Posts by NJ Senate Democrats

Senate President Steve Sweeney, Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg, and Senate President Pro Tempore M. Teresa Ruiz were unanimously reelected today by the members of the Senate Democratic Majority to continue to serve in the top leadership positions for the new 219th Legislature, the two-year session which starts in January 2020.

Reflections on the Passing of Former N.J. Congressman & South Jersey Advocate Bill Hughes

Former New Jersey Congressman William J. Hughes passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the age of 87. Hughes represented New Jersey's 2nd District in Congress for 21 years from 1974 to 1995, and afterward served as Ambassador to Panama for the Clinton Administration. He was an active advocate for South Jersey and focused on many issues affecting our region, such as preserving the Jersey Shore and Pine Barrens against pollution and development.

Gov. Murphy Discusses “State of the State” at Rowan University [Video]

Governor Phil Murphy delivered a "State of the State" address at Rowan University on Tuesday, Oct. 22. There, he touched on a variety of topics including education, jobs, taxes, and transportation.