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States with the best and worst SAT scores — where does NJ rank?
The national average was a 1050, according to Learner. The minimum SAT score is a 400, and the highest possible score is a 1600.
Water tested, beaches filled — NJ residents get the all-clear to hit the shore
When beach weather arrives in the Garden State, the Jersey Shore sand is ready to handle crowds and swimmers, thanks in part to yet another relatively mild winter, coastal experts say.
2023 rankings: 10 best school districts in New Jersey
Student performance and the quality of teachers aren't the only factors used to determine which school districts are better than others.
Ocean County, NJ official says cables hang too low, pose threat
You can likely spot the issue in countless communities across the Garden State, but one county official says he's had enough.
You’ve made it a year with no single-use plastic bags in NJ
Have you gotten used to walking into the supermarket with your own bags yet?
Why are NJ car dealerships closed on Sundays?
If you're looking for time to head to the dealer and find a new car, half of the weekend is off limits.
Is NJ one of the ‘best states’? U.S. News releases 2023 rankings
New Jersey ranks significantly better than Pennsylvania in this new analysis.
35 NJ law enforcement agencies sharing $10 million for license plate recognition
More than 14,000 auto thefts were reported in New Jersey in 2022.
How distracted are NJ’s drivers? See where we rank
Distracted driving is a more lethal problem in New Jersey than in most other states, according to Zutobi.
Benadryl challenge and other dangerous trends — NJ’s seen it all
"Ignore challenges that involve swallowing or inhaling something — your life depends on it," says the head of the New Jersey Poison Center.
NJ’s biggest ‘boomtown’ is in Ocean County, list says
Eligible cities are those with a population of more than 25,000 but less than 500,000.
Allergy suffering expected to worsen in NJ in weeks ahead
Some of the more allergenic trees are just getting started with their impacts on allergy sufferers in New Jersey.