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NJ explores the alarming rate of black baby deaths
TRENTON — Year after year, nearly 500 infants in New Jersey die within their first 12 months of life.
That statistic alone is troubling enough, but health experts and state lawmakers are taking a closer look at a problem within the problem — a racial disparity at the expense of black babi…
Craig Allen observes President's Day IN COLOR
All the Presidents have birthdays...and in an effort to recognize the Presidents, and give America another three-day weekend (YAY!)...
National and state recognition of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln's birthdays were combined by law in 1968...
NJ public schools are nearly the best in the country
Looking at several measures across three categories — chance for success, school finance, and K-12 achievement — the Garden State scored higher than the national average in nearly every instance.
This is what New Jersey really loves
In the week leading up to Valentine's Day, we offered audience members a chance at a $100 gift card for Fords Jewelers in New Brunswick.