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Clinton to sign books in NJ while Christie is away

7-10-14
RIDGEWOOD, N.J. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton will be in New Jersey next week on the same day that Gov. Chris Christie heads to Iowa. Clinton is scheduled to be at Bookends in Ridgewood to sign copies of her book "Hard Choices" on Thursday. That's ...
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Municipalities Offer Cooling Centers for Residents to Beat the Heat

7-9-14
Municipalities throughout the state have designated cooling centers when the temperatures soar, offering residents a place to go during hot days.
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Jersey Fresh Markets Offer Local Produce

7-8-14
New Jerseyans can buy their produce from 145 community farm markets spread over nearly every county in the state.

Christie talking about post-storm home elevations

7-7-14
KEANSBURG, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie is heading to the New Jersey shore to highlight the state's efforts to raise homes above flood level. Homeowners with federal flood insurance are eligible for grants of up to $30,000 to raise their houses ...
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Despite Soggy Start, Seaside Park Ready for Fourth of July Weekend

7-4-14
Even though the weather wasn't ideal, visitors came to the rebuilt Seaside boardwalk for July 4.
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Jersey Shore Lifeguards Warn Visitors About Rip Currents

7-4-14
Hurricane Arthur is bringing rip currents to beaches as it moves up the East Coast. Lifeguards warn the conditions could be dangerous for beachgoers.
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Historian: George Washington Took Gamble During Battle of Princeton

7-4-14
Historian Arthur Lefkowitz says that George Washington took several gambles during the American Revolution, including during the 10-day crisis in New Jersey.

Jersey Shore braces for Hurricane Arthur’s impact

7-4-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Beachgoers at the Jersey Shore are being warned about potentially dangerous rip currents that could be spawned by Hurricane Arthur. The storm also brought periods of heavy rain and gusty winds to some areas as it passed far off ...

Wildwood beach taxi shuttles visitors

7-3-14
WILDWOOD, N.J. (AP) — A southern New Jersey town has started a beach taxi for visitors who don't want to walk the sand to the surf. Wildwood's beach is estimated to be as wide as 2,000 feet in spots. All-terrain vehicles carry adult visitors and ...

Arthur expected to churn New Jersey’s surf

7-3-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Hurricane Arthur is expected to pass well off the New Jersey coast. But the storm is expected to churn the surf, keeping lifeguards on edge throughout the July Fourth holiday weekend. Utility crews on Thursday are busy ...