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New Jersey 101.5

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Bruce Springsteen exhibition opening in Freehold — his hometown

An exhibition honoring the history of Bruce Springsteen opens this fall at The Monmouth County Historical Association in Freehold. → Read More

Will legal marijuana help NJ economy? Here's what CPAs say

Most don't want a tax rate anywhere near as high as Gov. Murphy proposes. → Read More

A typical parent is willing to give a kid $5,700 — and never get it back

68 percent of parents say they are willing to help their kids pay off medical debts but more than half have no sympathy for gambling debt, says CreditCards.com. → Read More

Somerset County extends its food drive to the end of July

A food drive pilot program that started in Somerset County in 1995 has collected more than 2.1 million pounds of food since its inception. → Read More

Car smashes though Wunder Wiener with owner still inside

Beachwood councilman Gerry LaCrosse, owner of the Wunder Wiener for 36 years, considered the hot dog stand his legacy. → Read More

NJ could be more innovative if taxes were lower, report suggests

New Jersey is the 11th most innovative state in the nation thanks, in part, to its high share of STEM professionals. → Read More

$62,000 for a wedding? In Jersey, that's about right

New Jersey couples way outspend the average Americans when it comes to weddings. → Read More

American Red Cross of New Jersey is looking for heroes

The American Red Cross of New Jersey invites everyone to take part in Giving Day by either donating money, blood or become a volunteer. → Read More

Want a raise? You have more bargaining power than you think

A new survey finds fewer professionals are negotiating salaries during job offers. → Read More

NJ campaign aims to improve access to high-quality child care

Right From the Start NJ campaign kicks off statewide, advocating for programs and services that support the early years of child development from birth to age three. → Read More

New Rutgers database helps interpret complex DNA evidence

Rutgers-Camden professors create a database to help scientists reduce the risk of misinterpreting DNA evidence. → Read More

Why NJ hospital is putting new moms, babies skin-to-skin

Overlook's research finds it's just as good as a radiant warmer — with real benefits. → Read More

Can you guess NJ’s — and every state’s — top comfort food? Take our quiz

New Jersey has low diabetes, heart disease and obesity rates making it the 5th leanest state in the United States. → Read More

More retailers are stepping up technology to attract shoppers

More retailers are catering to today's shoppers with stepped-up, in-store technologies. → Read More

Lights, timers and social media: Protect your home while on vacation

Keep your house safe from break-ins during summer travel with some helpful tips using technology. → Read More

Click it or Ticket: NJ cops will pull over thousands of drivers for 2 weeks

Buckle up New Jersey. Police are out and about enforcing the two week Click It or Ticket Campaign. → Read More

Mental health in New Jersey: More funding, awareness needed, advocates say

A growing number of mental health providers are considering closing their doors or curtailing services because of lack of funding. → Read More

Learn belly dancing, create a mini-earthquake. Do it all at Rutgers Day 2017

With over 600 free performances, demos and hands-on activities, there's something for everyone at Rutgers Day 2017. → Read More

Hit a pothole in New Jersey? It’s going to cost you

Thanks to potholes, Americans spend billions every year on auto repairs. → Read More

More money is needed to protect the Jersey coast, advocates say

Legislative action is being sought to increase funding for coastal protection under the dedicated Shore Protection Fund from $25 million to $50 million. → Read More