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Time to see if you were paying attention last week.
The quiz contains factoids you can use as conversation starters this weekend
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Admit it: You're going to check out some of your favorite places and see if they are as clean as you hope they'd be.
For consumers who really want to get the dirt before they dine, a growing number of New Jersey counties now post restaurant inspection grades online, while some post the entire reports.
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An interactive map here shows each town's increases and declines as well as which regions of New Jersey are becoming more popular.
The state's urban centers grow, and rural outskirts decline.
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See one of the videos that has fans of this venerable New Jersey water park concerned.
Videos on Instagram as well as comments on Clementon Park's Twitter and Facebook pages indicated that the debauchery made its way out of the water park and into the parking lot, where passersby got an eyeful of the festivities.
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This interesting data may reveal more about what New Jerseyans DON'T die from as what they do die from.
Researchers aren't sure they know why septicemia is New Jersey's most distinctive cause of death
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This school art exhibit has created a social media firestorm. Take a look at the images: Should they be allowed in a school art show?
The artwork depicts images of officers shooting, a target on a silhouette with his hands up, a bloodied body stabbed by a police shield and other scenes on a poster board that reads "Law Enforcement - Police Brutality."
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You'll want to bookmark this for the months ahead. Find out the amenities, parking situations and other crucial info.
Everything you need to know about the beaches on the Jersey Shore for the 2015 summer season from Sandy Hook to the southern most tip of the Garden State.
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Before you pack your beach bag this weekend, take a look at this list. Hopefully, your favorite beach ISN'T on it.
New Jersey beaches are in great shape but some areas won't be accessible periodically because of ongoing construction.
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Care to guess about what the violation is?
It's been a dry spring, but that doesn't stop intrepid mailbag readers from asking whether drivers obey one particular state law. Turn on the high beams as we look in the mailbag for answers.
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Snow on the roofs or anywhere on the car. It must be completely cleaned off.
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The governor now knows the reason for his sagging poll numbers here in New Jersey.
Gov. Chris Christie insists the reason why most New Jersey voters say he would not make a good president is because they actually want him to remain as their governor.
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Yeah right. Dream on governor. You've done a fine job of running people out of the State and running Jersey into the ground. I will however agree with him on one thing he said. "We've had the experience of a one term U.S. Senator going to the White House. And I don't think it worked well." He's certainly correct about that.
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"Climate change is a real deal," Bill Nye told Rutgers grads. "So, hey deniers — cut it out, and let's get to work."
Nye, the scientist and host of "Bill Nye The Science Guy," used his speech at Rutgers's commencement Sunday as a platform to tell students to start voting and find a way to stop climate change.
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Oh, okay Mr. Bill. I'll be sure to get right on it. lol. And quite frankly, kids of college age should not be voting, they have yet to experience the real world and determine what they believe in. They should not be told what to believe in. But that seems to be the way education seems to be heading. 
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Got plans this weekend? We're here to help.
Street fairs and festivals of all kind are among the best things to do in N.J. this weekend
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