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Interactive Map: State’s Most Flood-Prone Areas Scattered Throughout NJ

Scott Gurian and Colleen O'Dea | April 11, 2014 | Maps, Map of the Week

Damage claims were filed most frequently by residents of a town that’s nowhere near the storm-battered Jersey Shore

March 28, 2014
Fifteen people were killed over a 3-year period along Route 130, which also runs through Middlesex and Camden
March 27, 2014
Hunterdon tops state while Cumberland is least healthy, according to RWJ Foundation, which says smart policies can improve outcomes statewide
March 24, 2014
Largest number of enrollees via Obamacare and NJ Family Care projected to be in Essex County
March 21, 2014
Italian, Irish and German heritages account for over 40% of population, 20% are Hispanic or Asian, while 40% list background as ‘other’
March 14, 2014
As trend continues, more than one-half of NJ residents and more than two-thirds in 20-34 age bracket are not married
February 21, 2014
Hundreds of properties damaged by Sandy also in line for possible acquisition by state
February 14, 2014
Percentage of babies delivered by cesarean – nearly 40 percent -- trails only Louisiana
February 7, 2014
State agency has given homeowners only $25 million out of $600 million as reimbursements for storm-damage repairs
January 31, 2014
Nearly half -- almost 200,000 statewide -- took at least one class, mostly in visual arts and music
January 29, 2014
NJ education officials release comparative test scores and graduation rates, as well as data putting statistics in broader context
January 24, 2014
Immigration reform bills could help strengthen role as 'gateway state,' enable undocumented to contribute more to economy
January 22, 2014
More than 100,000 Garden State children without coverage among those who could benefit from federal healthcare mandate
January 17, 2014
Most are in session for 7 hours and 6 minutes, 180 days; Gov. Christie wants to extend time spent in class
January 10, 2014
Rates are highest in cities, among Hispanic residents and for families with five or more children
December 20, 2013
While NJ ranks as second-richest state in nation, gap in household incomes is wide and deep
December 13, 2013
Salary gap narrows nationwide but males are still paid substantially more than females
December 11, 2013
Advocates call for state tax break, better monitoring of quality and safety of daycare
November 22, 2013
Contrary to conventional thinking, boys do not best the girls when it comes to math at virtually any level
November 14, 2013
Average pay for teachers is $68,797, seventh-highest in nation, while NJ school chiefs earn $155,903
November 8, 2013
Apathy blamed on factors ranging from polls predicting big win for governor to voter burnout after three elections within four months
November 1, 2013
More than three-quarters of claims have been paid, with some $1 billion going to Essex and Ocean counties
October 25, 2013
Governor’s fundraising totals far exceed Buono’s even in state’s Democratic strongholds
October 18, 2013
More than $75M fuels campaigns for state Legislature and governor, two ballot questions
October 17, 2013
Lonegan came closer to winning than expected, but still trailed Booker by 10 percentage points
October 11, 2013
Two U.S. senators spent over $6 million last year; 13 members of House ran up $15 million tab
October 4, 2013
Providing meals after start of day proves effective in increasing participation by students from low-income families
September 20, 2013
Decline of nearly 17 percent since 2008 has seen statewide median value drop from $377,000 to $312,000
September 13, 2013
Incidents of suicide rise slightly in state, climb rapidly in nation; New Jersey focuses prevention efforts on youths
September 6, 2013
Outcome of contests for state Senate and Assembly certain to have big impact on agenda of state’s next governor.