• Vintage Photos of N.J. Diners

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

  • You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

    New Jersey has gotten another extension to bring its driver's licenses up to federal standards. The one-year reprieve means New Jersey residents can continue to use their driver's licenses for identification to board commercial aircraft 

  • Legalize Pot in Jersey? This Year's Choice for Governor will Determine That

    TRENTON -- Voters in this year's New Jersey governor's race are not just picking Chris Christie's successor. Their choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.

  • Jersey Gets $4M as Part of General Motors Settlement

    TRENTON-- General Motors has reached a settlement with 48 states, including New Jersey, under which the automaker has agreed to pay a total of $120 million for waiting years to recall vehicles with a defect that could have prevented airbags from deploying in a crash, Attorney General Christopher Porrino said Thursday.

  • The World of Harry Potter Comes to Pitman

    A local community is taking their love of all things Hogwarts and turning it into a festival for thousands to enjoy.  

  • Inspira Raises $500,000 to Improve Cumberland County Health Care

    The Inspira Auxiliary Cumberland County is celebrating a major milestone.

  • New Buses to Help Transport Seniors, Disabled

    Senior and disabled residents in two Gloucester County communities will now have new means of transportation thanks to help from county officials.

  • State Police Sgt. Charged with Mishandling Over 20,000 Breath Tests

    Thousands of New Jersey drivers charged with drunk driving are having their cases reviewed after accusations of improper use of breath-testing devices.

  • AAA Donates Money to Habitat for Humanity After Tool Theft

    After thieves stole several thousand dollars worth of tools from the Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity, another organization decided to step in to help make it right.

  • A Halloween Haunted Trail for a Good Cause

    In the middle of a Blackwood neighborhood, something frighten-ly fun has popped up for this year’s Halloween season.

  • Homemade in America Professional Craft Show Back for Fourth Year

    The fourth annual Handmade in America Professional Craft Show will be held at the Upper Township Community Center on Saturday, November 18th.

  • Rate Increase for South Jersey Gas Customers

    Customers using South Jersey Gas will see an increase in rates starting in November. 

  • Gas Leak in Atlantic City Under Control

    Residents in Atlantic City had a bit of a scare Friday morning after a gas leak was reported in the area.

  • Coat Drive Expands, Aims to Collect 3,000 Coats

    With temperatures finally starting to cool down, one local business starting up their annual tradition to help residents in need stay warm this winter.

  • Atlantic City Police Searching for Burglary Suspect

    Police in Atlantic County need the public's help locating a man wanted for a recent burglary. 

  • Hammonton Upgrades Streetlights with LED Technology

    One South Jersey community has been doing their part to conserve energy by upgrading their streetlights.

  • Bike Ride Raises Funds for Senior Services

    A dozen people raised more than $4,500 and rode 25 miles to raise money for senior services.

  • Camden County Hosts Huge Fall Book Sale

    All year long the Camden County Library System loans books to residents, but twice a year they switch things up and sell them during their bi-annual book sale.

  • 13th Annual 'Disability Awareness Day' in Salem County

    “For Salem County, it’s important to have these events, so people can find out what’s available in the world today for their abilities and their disabilities,” said Ben Laury, Deputy Director Freeholder of Salem County.

  • C4 Event at Cumberland County College Inspires Students to Finish School

    On Thursday, October 19th, the Cumberland County College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) held an event encouraging students to complete their college degrees. 

  • South Jersey High School Students Protest Use of Racial Slurs

    On Thursday, October 19th, students at a South Jersey high school held a sit-in protest in response to recent racial tensions at the school.

  • State Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect

    Police are asking for your help in tracking down a bank robbery suspect.

  • College Hosts Event Encouraging Hispanic Students

    Cumberland County College held a special event to help motivate and encourage future Hispanic college students.

  • Atlantic County Celebrates Upstanding Citizens

    On Thursday, Atlantic County officials and members of the community came together to honor some of the county's most extraordinary residents.  

  • Groundbreaking Held for Joint Health Sciences Center in Camden

    Two major universities and one community college are joining forces to bring more opportunities to the area for students studying health sciences.

  • Inspira Health Network Launches First Generational Committee to Serve Millennials

    For a whole generation of people who are now starting to feel that a doctor visit might be a good idea, that appointment has become difficult to make....

  • Jump Into Fright with Haunted Locations of Cumberland County

    While many might go the movies this Halloween season for a good scare, here’s a deeper look into some of the truly haunted places in Cumberland County.

  • Camden County Animal Shelter to Host 4th Annual Pledge-A-Paw Dog Walk

    The 4th Annual Pledge-A-Paw Dog Walk will take place on October 21st to help raise money for the Camden County Animal Shelter. 

  • Gloucester County Town Entices Developers to 'Come Grow with Us'

    On Wednesday, October 18th, several developers jumped aboard a trolley to get a closer look at what Williamstown has to offer during their second annual, Grow with Williamstown Developer Tour. 

  • Atlantic City Hosts Northeast Pizza and Pasta Expo

    Italian restaurant owners, distributors, and chefs gathered at the Northeast Pizza and Pasta Expo this week in Atlantic City.

  • Seniors Hold Fundraiser for Hurricane Maria Survivors

    On Wednesday, the Seashore Gardens Living Center held a luncheon to help raise money for families in Puerto Rico who were impacted by Hurricane Maria's devastation, last month. 

  • Drones Are the Focus During Three-Day Conference in Cape May

    Drones are the way of the future and this week local and state officials and business leaders explored all the ways they can be used.

  • Health Insurance Rates to Increase Next Year in New Jersey

    Two health insurance companies have announced that residents in New Jersey will soon be paying more for their coverage.

  • Candidates on NJ Ballot Discuss Their Platforms in Gloucester County

    With less than three weeks until Election Day, candidates on the ballot are continuing to spread the word on why they'd be the best person for the job.

  • Christie Appoints New Head of State Police

    Governor Chris Christie has announced the new head of the New Jersey State Police.

  • Guadagno Continues to Trail Murphy According to Fairleigh Dickinson Poll

    A new poll out by Fairleigh Dickinson University shows Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy still holds the lead over his Republican opponent leading into their final debate.

  • Coffee Shop's Windows Vandalized

    Coffee lovers in one Jersey Shore community may have to wait to get their daily cup of joe.

  • Camden County College President is Joining 'Real Men' and Wearing Pink

    The president of Camden County College is wearing pink to raise money and awareness about breast cancer. 

  • Rowan University Holds Teacher Union Issues Forum

    Educators, state officials, and leaders of national and state teachers unions gathered a Rowan University on Tuesday to take part in an issues forum.

  • Glassboro ShopRite Voluntarily Recalls Store-Made Ground Meat

    A local grocery store has issued a recall for its ground meat. ShopRite of Glassboro has voluntarily recalled all store-made ground meat and Meat Loaf Mix that was sold on Monday, October 16th.

  • Fall Temperatures Finally Make an Appearance in South Jersey

    We may already be almost a month into the fall season, but on Tuesday, October 17th, South Jersey finally woke up to that cool, crisp weather residents are used to having this time of year. 

  • Portions of Ocean City Boardwalk to Close

    A portion of Ocean City's Boardwalk will be closed off to visitors as city officials begin the next phase of their reconstruction project. 

  • Cumberland County Improvement Authority Hosts Annual County Address

    The Cumberland County Improvement Authority hosted their annual state of the county address on Tuesday.

  • North Wildwood Police Investigating Theft on the Boardwalk

    Police in North Wildwood are asking for the public's help in identifying suspects in a recent theft that occurred on the boardwalk.

  • Redno and Oliver Faced Off in the Only Lieutenant Governor Debate

    Both major party candidates running to be New Jersey's next Lieutenant Governor went head-to-head on Monday, October 16th, in their first, and only, debate of the election. 

  • Local Roofing Company Giving Away a New Roof to Someone Who's Served

    With the holiday season quickly approaching, one local roofing company is gearing up for their annual tradition of giving.

  • Adventure Aquarium Turtle Released to Sea

    After spending a year at the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, one little resident is ready to make a big splash back into the ocean.

  • Atlantic City Completes First Phase of Flood Gates Construction

    Officials hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Atlantic City, marking the completion of the first phase of new flood gates connecting to the Baltic Avenue Canal.

  • Millville Church Needs Help Stocking Its Food Pantry

    A Cumberland County church is striving to help the community in its time of need, but right now they need some help filling their food pantry.

  • 30th Annual Red Tee Classic Raises Funds for Red Cross

    Golfers from across South Jersey hit the putting green today all for a good cause.

  • 177th Fighter Wing Swears in Youngest Pilot

    The New Jersey Air National Guard welcomed its youngest pilot to the force over the weekend.

  • Newark Leads Pack in Bid for Amazon HQ 2

    On Monday, October 16th, Governor Chris Christie, U.S. Senator Cory Booker and other state and local officials announced that the State of New Jersey has determined that Newark is the ideal location for the Amazon HQ 2.

  • Monroe Township Students Head Back to School Following Mold Discovery

    It was a week ago when officials announced that all public schools in the Monroe Township School District would be closed while air-quality inspections were conducted.

  • Cherry Hill Police Hoping to Nab Wegmans Thief

    Cherry Hill Police say a man in this surveillance photo is wanted in relation to a theft that happened at the Wegmans on route 70 in Cherry Hill on Saturday.

  • Jersey Shore Towns Receive $2.8 Million FEMA Grant to Raise Homes

    State officials have announced new federal funding to help residents at the Jersey Shore recover and stay protected from major flooding.

  • Coast Guard Airlifts Sick Cruise Passenger to Atlantic City Hospital

    The United States Coast Guard was called in to help a sick cruise ship passenger off the coast of Atlantic City this weekend.

  • Vineland Elementary School Burglarized, 20 iPads Stolen

    Cumberland County officials are looking for suspects in a recent burglary that took place at a local elementary school.

  • What Stores Will Be Closed on Thanksgiving 2017? These Retailers Are Resisting the Trend

    Shopping on Thanksgiving used to be a non-starter -- for great deals, you had to wait until Black Friday. But year after year, more stores have been opening on Thanksgiving, ensuring that the seasonal retail frenzy will begin at least a few hours before the official start of Black Friday.

  • South Jersey School District Shuts Down Because of Mold Contamination

    School has been cancelled this week for nearly 6,000 students in a South Jersey school district while investigators conduct environmental tests following the discovery last week of mold in an elementary school.

  • Vintage Photos of the 1970s in N.J.

    I grew up in the '70s. So, as a guy who went from pre-teen to adult during the decade, I'd like to share a few random facts about those good ole days: The population of the U.S. in 1970 was 204,879,000, the national debt was $450 billion and the average annual salary was approximately $7,800… 

  • Cumberland County SPCA Closing its Doors?

    “We need help,” said Bev Greco, Executive Director for Cumberland County SPCA. “It’s as simple as that.”

  • Almonesson Lake Bridge and Dam Reconstruction on the Way

    Officials in Gloucester County announced they will be taking charge of a major infrastructure improvement project.

  • Atlantic City Hero Luncheon Held at the Palm

    On Friday, October, 13th, local law enforcement and city officials held a special event to honor a select group of heroes.

  • O.C. Firefighters Share Fire Prevention Safety Tips

    On Thursday, October 12th, the Ocean City Firefighters Association held an open house event to go over fire safety tips and resources.

  • Traffic Delays Expected Saturday in Gloucester Twp.

    The Gloucester Township Police Department has issued a traffic safety advisory in the area around Citizens Appreciation Park, located at 9th Avenue and the Black Horse Pike, in Glendora.

  • Leave Your Mark on Atlantic City — Literally

    Atlantic City will be giving residents and visitors something to 'chalk' about this weekend.

  • All 'A Boo' the 'Trick-or-Treat Train'

    An Atlantic County family run business is creating a new Halloween tradition for families in the area.

  • Police Seek Info on Car Seen in Surveillance Video

    The Camden County Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying the owners of an orange two-door sedan seen in surveillance video.

  • New Stockton Poll: Murphy Holds Big Lead Over Guadagno

    A new poll out by Stockton University reveals Democrat Phil Murphy still holds the lead among likely voters in this year's race for Governor.

  • Millville Police Investigating Drive-By Shooting

    Police in Cumberland County are investigating an apparent drive-by shooting that left one man injured.

  • Atlantic City Casino Revenues Rise

    Atlantic City casinos saw positive growth in revenue last month when compared to this time last year.

  • Vineland Residents Gather to Discuss Issues in Governor's Race

    Thanks to a partnership with Montclair State University’s Center for Cooperative Media and the Center for Investigative Reporting, SNJToday along with media companies throughout the state are working together on a project called Voting Block NJ. 

  • Businesses and Higher Education Working Together in Gloucester County

    Gloucester County is coming together to create New Jersey’s first bundled education program centered around job training.

  • Phil Murphy Leads Kim Guadagno in Campaign Spending

    With Election Day only a few weeks away, the candidates running to take the governor's seat are busy raising money to fund their final weeks of campaigning.

  • Atlantic City Boardwalk Reconstruction Project Hits Next Stage

    Officials say the next step in the project will not only help Atlantic City's Boardwalk continue to thrive, but it will also help protect residents from future tropical storms.

  • 'Hidden in Plain Sight' Forum Stops in Sea Isle

    Parents in one Cape May County community learned about some of the steps to take in order to prevent their own children from becoming addicted to drugs.

  • Stockton Students' Fungus Experiment Comes Back Down to Earth

    After spending nearly a month in space, a student-designed project has finally made its way back down to earth.

  • 14 Fentanyl ODs in Just Four Hours in Camden Wednesday

    A string of drug overdoses have left Camden County area officials on high alert.

  • $5K Reward Being Offered in Connection to Murder Investigation

    Officials in Gloucester County are offering a new reward in relation to an ongoing homicide investigation in Woodbury.

  • Christie: How These New Opioid Initiatives Will Save Lives

    TRENTON -- Narcan has reversed more than 25,000 heroin and other opioid drug overdoses in New Jersey since 2014. But the nasal spray has a weak track record saving the lives of people who ingest Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 50 times stronger than heroin.

  • NJ Loses Federal Funding to Expand ACA Enrollment

    New Jersey will lose more than 60 percent of the federal funding it expected to receive this year to help enroll vulnerable citizens in health insurance plans, a new report found, a change advocates fear will make it harder to reach those most in need of affordable care.

  • Buena Regional Students Learn about Dangers of Distracted Driving

    Cell phone use plus a distracted driver equals a dangerous situation.

  • ‘Amazing Ventnor’ to Host Benefit for Puerto Rico Relief

    One Atlantic County community is coming together to help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico. 

  • Gloucester County Celebrates 10 Years of EMS Agency

    On Wednesday, October, 11th, Gloucester County celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Basic Life Support Emergency Medical Services agency.

  • First Female Prosecutor of Cumberland County Serves with Passion

    Jennifer Webb-McRae always knew what she wanted to be when she grew up. "I knew I wanted to be a lawyer because my family kind of put that notion in my head. They used to tease me and say I argued every point no matter what we talked about," she says.
     

  • Local Economic Alliance: 'Get People Back Working'

    On Wednesday, October 11th, the Atlantic County Economic Alliance held a luncheon to focus on business growth in the county. 

  • Vineland Habitat for Humanity's ReStore Burglarized

    On the morning of Tuesday, October 10th, someone broke into the Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity's ReStore on Delsea Drive in Vineland.

  • Homeownership Rates Drop in Atlantic County

    Homeownership has gone down in Atlantic County, according to a real estate data analytics group.

  • Christie Criticizes Trump on Lack of Response to Opioid Crisis

    Christie says that by not officially declaring the opioid crisis as a National Emergency, President Donald Trump is lessening the impact the National Opioid Commission can have on it.

  • Guadagno Challenges Murphy to Additional Debates

    The two main party candidates for governor squared off on Tuesday, October 10th, in Newark for their first debate. 

  • N.J. State Police Sergeant Rescues Couple from Burning Car

    A New Jersey State Police sergeant is being hailed as a hero following a dramatic rescue on the Atlantic City Expressway.

  • N.J. Is No. 3 State for Trick-or-Treating, According to Candy Analysis

    Local trick-or-treating should figure among the best in the country this Halloween, according to an analysis of candy purchases from Ibotta, an app that reads shopping receipts.

  • Cape May School, Community Get All-Important Pool Back

    "The Coast Guard is based in Cape May. So, the children who learn how to swim here go to all different bases and they’re usually close to water. It’s important for them to know how to swim.” 

  • Rowan Students, Faculty Share '1,300 Reasons to Live'

    Hundreds of postcards crowd the Wellness Center windows at Rowan University, where students and faculty are sharing their 1,300 reasons to live.

  • Vineland Rotary Volunteers Wrap Gifts for Birthday Book Project

    Volunteers from the Vineland Rotary Club came out on Tuesday, October 10th, to wrap presents for the Cara McCollum Birthday Book Project.

  • Mastery Cramer Hill Elementary School Dedicated in Camden

    School may already be in session, but one Camden school had a big day on Tuesday, October 10th. 

  • This Is the Best Sandwich in New Jersey, According to National Website

    The state of New Jersey is cluttered with top-notch delis and sandwich shops offering a variety of tasty sandwiches. But according to the Daily Meal, a national food and drink website known for their rankings, the best sandwich in New Jersey can be found at maybe the most famous and historic sandwich shop in the Garden State.

  • Rowan Consortium Created to Better Equip Students for Real World

    Senate President Steve Sweeney said that the program is a great way to bring vocational schools, county colleges, four-year colleges and universities, and local business together.

  • Local Women's Golf Association Gifts Shore Medical with $50k to Fight Cancer

    A South Jersey hospital is $50,000 stronger in its fight against cancer in women thanks to a generous donation.

  • Drivers Stay Alert: It's Deer Mating Season in South Jersey

    The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife has issued a reminder to New Jersey drivers to be alert for deer as mating season gets underway and the days start to get shorter.

  • $46 Million Grant Awarded to Vineland-Based Construction Company

    A local developer has received state funding in efforts of revitalizing communities throughout the state, including in southern New Jersey.

  • CCC President Talks Life Changes and New Programs

    The last 16 months have been a whirlwind for Dr. Yves Salomon-Fernandez, president of Cumberland County College.

  • Miss New Jersey Hopeful Collecting Books for Students in Texas

    One contestant vying for the Miss New Jersey crown next year is getting to work now to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.

  • Vineland Celebrates Columbus Day and its Italian Heritage

    The City of Vineland held its annual Columbus Day celebration to honor the community's Italian heritage.

  • Monroe Township Public Schools Closed for Mold Testing

    While many students in our area will be heading back to school on Tuesday, October 10th, that won't be the case for the Monroe Township School District.

  • New Miss'd America Crowned in Atlantic City

    A new Miss'd America was crowned at the Borgata in Atlantic City over the weekend. 

  • Parkour Star Trains Students on Columbus Day

    While some endured the rainy and cloudy weather for their Columbus Day festivities Monday, others opted for some inside fun.

  • Police: 'Put the Brakes on' Tuesday

    'Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day' is a day-long initiative designed to increase awareness about safe driving behaviors and keep roads across the state fatality free. 

  • Gloucester Township Police Seeking Witnesses to Fatal Car Crash

    Officials Camden County are looking for witnesses of a serious car crash that killed four people and injured two others over the weekend. 

  • Guadagno, Murphy Face Off in First Debate Tuesday

    New Jersey's major party gubernatorial candidates are gearing up to take center stage for the first debate on Tuesday October 10th.

  • Federal, Local Officials Warn of Jury Duty Phone Scam

    Federal and local officials have issued a warning about a recent phone scam targeting new jersey residents.

  • Cost of Gas Continues to Dip Across Garden State

    Here's some good news for New Jersey drivers as gas prices continue to fall across the state.

  • Pups, Pigs Arrive in N.J. from Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico (PHOTOS)

    Another 181 pets from Puerto Rico are on the path to finding new homes in New Jersey after Hurricane Maria tore through the island, thanks to St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center.

  • The Leaves in South Jersey Are A-Changin'

    It seems the unseasonably warm weather that lasted into the end of September has robbed South Jersey of early fall colors. But never fear, the recent cool nights could ensure a spectacular autumnal display of changing leaves. Dr. Jason Grabosky of the Ecology Evolution and Natural Resources department of the Rutgers Cooperative Extension explained the variables involved with the timing of the leaves changing from green to hues of red, yellow and orange. rabosky said daylight and ...

  • Vineland to Host Patriot Day Ceremony on 9/11

    Members of the community asked to meet in Vineland on Monday, September 11th, at the Vineland Fire Headquarters to remember all of those whose lives were lost on the terrorist attacks on the East Coast 16 years ago.

  • N.J. Red Cross Crews Head South to Help Harvey Victims (PHOTOS)

    New Jersey's Red Cross is sending more Harvey disaster relief support to Texas, in the form of a pair of emergency response crews that took off from Essex County Tuesday morning.

  • New Jersey Activates Task Force to Assist Harvey Victims

    New Jersey residents are heading to Houston to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

  • Christie Issues Executive Order Honoring Late Jim Whelan

    Governor Chris Christie signed an executive order on Friday, August 25th, that honors the passing of Senator Jim Whelan.

  • Lidl Beginning to Hire Workers for South Jersey Stores

    As Lidl, a discount German grocer, is in the final stages of constructing stores across South Jersey, the hiring process for new workers begins.

  • Public Memorial for Jim Whelan to be Held in Atlantic City

    Having touched so many lives during his decades of public service as a teacher, lifeguard, city councilman, mayor, assemblyman and senator, the office of Jim Whelan humbly announces the information for the public memorial which will be held in the late senator's honor. 

  • Christie Signs New Tax on Fantasy Sports Betting

    Governor Chris Christie has officially signed a new bill into law to regulate and tax daily fantasy sports betting.

  • $1 Million Dollar Powerball Ticket Sold in South Jersey

    While the Powerball winner of the $750 million jackpot was not from New Jersey, 28 others in the state, including here in South Jersey, still woke up with some extra cash in their pockets.

  • Wildwood Hotel Motel Assoc. Supports Maintaining J-1 Student Work Program

    The Greater Wildwood Hotel Motel Association approved a resolution to support and expand the J-1 Student Work and Travel Program.

  • Christie Opposes Trump's Offshore Drilling Plan

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is making it clear to the Donald Trump Administration that he is standing firm against proposed natural gas and oil exploration off of New Jersey's coast.

  • Experts Discuss Offshore Wind, State's Energy Future

    “To not believe in climate change at this point is ludicrous,” said Patrick Hossay, a professor of sustainability at Stockton University. “You can choose to not believe in gravity, but if you jump off of a building…you’re going to die.”

  • Phil Murphy Visits Vineland for Town Hall

    New Jersey 2017 Gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy made a stop in South Jersey last night to speak with members of the community.

  • Powerball Jackpot of $430M Ranks as 12th Largest U.S. Lottery History

    Wednesday's Powerball jackpot of $430 million is the 12th largest prize in U.S. lottery history. The drawing, which will be held at 11 p.m. is also the ninth biggest Powerball jackpot. The cash option is $273.4 million.

  • Celebrity Judges Announced for 2017 Miss America Pageant

    The team behind the Miss America pageant has announced this year's celebrity judges.

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    Vintage Photos of N.J. Diners

    Saturday, October 21 2017 6:00 PM EDT2017-10-21 22:00:24 GMT

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

  • You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

    You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

    Saturday, October 21 2017 12:00 PM EDT2017-10-21 16:00:29 GMT

    New Jersey has gotten another extension to bring its driver's licenses up to federal standards. The one-year reprieve means New Jersey residents can continue to use their driver's licenses for identification to board commercial aircraft 

    New Jersey has gotten another extension to bring its driver's licenses up to federal standards. The one-year reprieve means New Jersey residents can continue to use their driver's licenses for identification to board commercial aircraft 

  • Legalize Pot in Jersey? This Year's Choice for Governor will Determine That

    Legalize Pot in Jersey? This Year's Choice for Governor will Determine That

    Saturday, October 21 2017 3:00 AM EDT2017-10-21 07:00:10 GMT

    TRENTON -- Voters in this year's New Jersey governor's race are not just picking Chris Christie's successor. Their choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.

    TRENTON -- Voters in this year's New Jersey governor's race are not just picking Chris Christie's successor. Their choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.

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  • Vintage Photos of N.J. Diners

    Vintage Photos of N.J. Diners

    Saturday, October 21 2017 6:00 PM EDT2017-10-21 22:00:24 GMT

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

  • You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

    You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

    Saturday, October 21 2017 12:00 PM EDT2017-10-21 16:00:29 GMT

    New Jersey has gotten another extension to bring its driver's licenses up to federal standards. The one-year reprieve means New Jersey residents can continue to use their driver's licenses for identification to board commercial aircraft 

    New Jersey has gotten another extension to bring its driver's licenses up to federal standards. The one-year reprieve means New Jersey residents can continue to use their driver's licenses for identification to board commercial aircraft 

  • Legalize Pot in Jersey? This Year's Choice for Governor will Determine That

    Legalize Pot in Jersey? This Year's Choice for Governor will Determine That

    Saturday, October 21 2017 3:00 AM EDT2017-10-21 07:00:10 GMT

    TRENTON -- Voters in this year's New Jersey governor's race are not just picking Chris Christie's successor. Their choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.

    TRENTON -- Voters in this year's New Jersey governor's race are not just picking Chris Christie's successor. Their choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.

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  • Vintage Photos of N.J. Diners

    Vintage Photos of N.J. Diners

    Saturday, October 21 2017 6:00 PM EDT2017-10-21 22:00:24 GMT

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

  • You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

    You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

    Saturday, October 21 2017 12:00 PM EDT2017-10-21 16:00:29 GMT

    New Jersey has gotten another extension to bring its driver's licenses up to federal standards. The one-year reprieve means New Jersey residents can continue to use their driver's licenses for identification to board commercial aircraft 

    New Jersey has gotten another extension to bring its driver's licenses up to federal standards. The one-year reprieve means New Jersey residents can continue to use their driver's licenses for identification to board commercial aircraft 

  • Legalize Pot in Jersey? This Year's Choice for Governor will Determine That

    Legalize Pot in Jersey? This Year's Choice for Governor will Determine That

    Saturday, October 21 2017 3:00 AM EDT2017-10-21 07:00:10 GMT

    TRENTON -- Voters in this year's New Jersey governor's race are not just picking Chris Christie's successor. Their choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.

    TRENTON -- Voters in this year's New Jersey governor's race are not just picking Chris Christie's successor. Their choice will dictate whether or not marijuana for recreational use will be legalized in New Jersey.

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  • Vintage Photos of N.J. Diners

    Vintage Photos of N.J. Diners

    Saturday, October 21 2017 6:00 PM EDT2017-10-21 22:00:24 GMT

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

    If you grew up in New Jersey and never ate at a diner, then you must have had good reason. I would venture to say that few things are as intrinsically connected to a state as diners are to New Jersey

  • You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

    You Can Still Use N.J. Driver's License to Board Airplanes (For Now)

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