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Interactive Map: Shedding Light on Where Solar Energy Projects Abound in NJ

Colleen O'Dea | March 27, 2015 | Energy & Environment, Maps, Map of the Week

Highest concentration is in Middlesex County, with 14 percent of state’s total capacity

Income Inequality, Social Factors Help Determine Statewide Health Rankings

Andrew Kitchenman | March 26, 2015 | Healthcare
Hunterdon County tops NJ list, while Cumberland is last in annual report intended to spark local efforts to improve community health
March 20, 2015
Census statistics for 2014 and beyond expected to show marked decline in number of uninsured
March 13, 2015
Atlantic County still leads the way with nearly 18 percent of all tourism-related revenues in Garden State
March 6, 2015
Garden State’s statistics mirror national trends; childbearing numbers among unmarried women clearly linked to education and income levels
February 27, 2015
Funding to municipalities virtually unchanged for fifth straight year under Christie budget
February 20, 2015
Tactical gear has grabbed the headlines, but surplus equipment also includes bandages, life preservers, and flashslights
February 13, 2015
Most still drive alone to work, but younger residents are more likely to ride bikes, take trains or buses, or even walk – and 4 percent of us telecommute
February 6, 2015
About 40 percent of eighth-graders statewide take math class traditionally taught in high school
January 30, 2015
Agency’s removal of info from annual report and website makes it nearly impossible to determine how much more homeowners are paying
January 23, 2015
Hundreds of crumbling spans are obsolete or structurally unsafe – but needed upgrades will cost billions of dollars
January 16, 2015
Income growth in the Garden State lags behind the nation as a whole and isn’t keeping pace with inflation
January 9, 2015
Good news is that more than 75 percent of Garden State filers will actually get refunds from IRS
December 19, 2014
Choose-and-cut operations branch out by offering hayrides, bonfires and other winter fun
December 12, 2014
Spending reductions worsen squeeze for those who need help to pay New Jersey’s high rents
December 5, 2014
While incomes have gone up in aftermath of recession, housing costs keep climbing while home values keep falling
December 2, 2014
From Jersey City to the Jersey Shore, those renovating and retrofitting buildings must comply with new flood regulations
November 21, 2014
A high-speed Internet connection is key to many aspects of life in the Garden State, but Census report shows access is constrained by income
November 14, 2014
State ranks worst in nation for joblessness among former members of military
November 7, 2014
Historically low voter turnout leaves experts concerned about what can be done to bring the numbers up
October 31, 2014
New data indicates that hospitals across the Garden State are improving safety and quality of care
October 24, 2014
2013 emissions statewide climb by about 1 percent over the previous year
October 17, 2014
The Garden State is grabbing some attention during the run-up to November 4, including for some surprisingly expensive races
October 10, 2014
While homeowners fare well, renters face high monthly payments and shortage of affordable units
October 8, 2014
Participation rises 15 percent as educators, advocates for low-income children stress impact on concentration and learning
October 3, 2014
With heroin and opiate abuse on the rise in New Jersey, data and anecdotal evidence tell heartbreaking tale of addiction and death
September 26, 2014
Princeton had highest rate of reported sexual offenses; burglaries are most frequent campus crime
September 19, 2014
Number of people in the state without health coverage likely to be much lower because of ACA sign-ups for 2014
September 18, 2014
Nearly 1 million residents live in dire economic straits in one of the nation's wealthiest states
September 12, 2014
Analysis of federal data shows NJ hospital stays are slightly longer than national average, and slightly more expensive
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