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South Jersey has learned lessons both good and bad since Hurricane Sandy devastated much of the Jersey Shore five years ago.
In 2015, when state Democrats began pushing to legalize and tax marijuana in New Jersey, we suggested waiting to see how that turned out for the several states that already had done so.
New Jersey residents pay many high taxes, but none is more painful than the property tax. Homeowners pay the highest property taxes in the nation, an average $8,549 last year.
This year’s federal investigation into public employee prescription benefits fraud in South Jersey has yielded a steady stream of guilty pleas.
Among the capabilities that Pennsylvania-based Geisinger Health brought to South Jersey when it merged in 2015 with AtlantiCare, one is especially distinctive.
New Jersey homeowners pay the highest average property-tax bills in the nation, $8,549 last year. The state also has one of the highest marginal income-tax rates, including an 8.97 percent tax on earnings over $500,000.
The tiny borough of West Wildwood took a beating last year from Winter Storm Jonas, which damaged bulkheads and flooded the town.
The cooler days of early fall bring relief not just from sweating during outdoor activity, they also reduce the number of biting insects.
Local control of schools is prized to an extraordinary degree in New Jersey. Partly that’s because parents and communities want a say in how their children are educated. But it’s also because local officials love to have funds and jobs to dispense.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The two top party candidates running to succeed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are selling their candidacies as a sharp contrast with the two-term incumbent on transportation issues.