# New jersey
New Jersey “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for June 5-11, 2023
This post includes some content written or assisted by AI tools. As the second week of June 2023 unfolds in New Jersey, The Old Farmer's Almanac has a wealth of advice to offer.
This New Jersey Hiking Trail Leads to an Abandoned Castle
If you're searching for a one-of-a-kind day trip, you have to try this hike in New Jersey. Located inside the Ramapo Mountain State Forest, you'll be able to wander through the ruins of an abandoned castle and take in the sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline in the distance. Keep reading to learn more.
Million Dollar Deception: How New Jersey Lottery Winners Lost Over 60% of Their Jackpot Overnight
When we hear about lottery winners bagging millions of dollars, we often forget to consider how much of that windfall they actually receive. A recent incident in New Jersey puts this into sharp relief, as three lucky individuals who thought they had each won $2 million had to share their winnings, taking home $696,440 each.
This City in New Jersey Has Been Ranked as One of the Ugliest Cities in America
Disclaimer:The following information is updated for 2023. It is for educational purposes. In the state of New Jersey, one city has been ranked as one of the ugliest cities in America. Of course, it's just an opinion and some may disagree, but it has been ranked as one of the ugliest nonetheless.
New Jersey Kayaking 2023
The term Kayak (Ki ak) was originally derived from the Eskimo word for “Man-boat”. The vessels themselves were invented approximately 5,000 years ago by the Inuit, Aleut, and Yup ‘ik indigenous peoples of our modern-day Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. Although thousands of years ago the first kayaks were made from skin and animal bones their purpose has endured.
Lawsuit Alleges Illegal Discrimination Against Section 8 Renters by Jersey City Landlords and Brokers
A recent lawsuit filed by the nonprofit watchdog Housing Rights Initiatives (HRI) has brought to light allegations of illegal discrimination against Section 8 renters in Jersey City, New Jersey. The lawsuit claims that numerous landlords and real estate agencies in Jersey City and Newark violated New Jersey's Law Against Discrimination by unlawfully denying housing to individuals who were using government-subsidized vouchers. This blog post delves into the details of the lawsuit and its potential impact on affordable housing in the area.
Nonprofit Releases Statement From NJ Mother Following Video Release Of Daughter's Suicide At FW Holbein Middle School
The Uvalde Foundation For Kids, a national nonprofit organization, who has been advocating for Elaina LoAlbo; the mother whose 11 year old daughter, Felicia LoAlbo-Melendez; was found unresponsive & later died, due to what law enforcement & school officials at the FW HOLBEIN MIDDLE SCHOOL in Mount Holly, NJ deemed a "Suicide;" has released a statement on behalf of Elaina.
New Jersey Beach Fees 2023
New Jersey’s beachfront encompasses 130 miles from Sandy Hook to Cape May Point. Nearly all of the beachfront towns charge for admission daily, weekly, or season. These entrance fees may be named passes, beach tags, or badges. Price ranges vary from $5 a day to $150 for the season. The wary beachgoer has a multitude of choices.
The Food Bank of New Jersey: Fighting Hunger, Nourishing Communities
The Food Bank of New Jersey is a prominent nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting hunger and poverty in the state of New Jersey, United States. As part of the Feeding America network, it plays a crucial role in distributing food and resources to individuals and families facing food insecurity.
New Jersey is Home To One of the Deadliest Lakes in the Country
As the summer heat approaches here in New Jersey, it's important to keep in mind that some rivers, lakes, and quarries are simply not safe to swim in. The Pine Barrens are filled with stunning "blue holes." These lakes are most notably a bright turquoise color and are located in the middle of the woods. While they may look pretty tempting, they are actually the most unsafe body of water to swim in throughout the entire state. Keep reading to learn more.
Excessive Force Allegations Lead to $675,000 Settlement with Bound Brook, NJ Police
BOUND BROOK, NJ — An out-of-court settlement has been reached over allegations of excessive force during a 2015 arrest by the Bound Brook Police Department. The borough will pay $675,000 to Alfred Lawson of Union County, who claimed police assaulted him while he was handcuffed. The settlement, initially reported by Transparency NJ, was agreed upon in March.
Thin Blue Line, Thick Wallet: New Jersey's $87 Million in Police Misconduct Settlements
TRENTON, NJ - In an extensive investigation unveiled last week, NJ Advance Media has revealed that New Jersey taxpayers have shouldered a burden of at least $87.8 million since 2019 to resolve claims of misconduct by local police departments. This hidden cost emerges when police face allegations ranging from excessive force, sexual harassment, and discrimination, to wrongful death cases linked to police actions.
Doggie Degree! Meet Justin, the New Jersey Service Dog Earning a College Diploma alongside his Wheelchair-Bound Owner
In a delightful turn of events, a New Jersey college student's service dog received a college diploma of his own after faithfully attending all his owner's classes.Grace Mariani, a Mahwah resident and wheelchair user, was accompanied throughout her college journey at Seton Hall by Justin, her steadfast Labrador-Golden Retriever mix. Celebrating his dedication and commitment, Seton Hall rewarded Justin with his own diploma, acknowledging his role in Grace's academic journey.
New Jersey “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for May 29-June 4, 2023
This post includes some content written or assisted by AI tools. As we enter the week of May 29 to June 4 in the diverse state of New Jersey, gardening enthusiasts and astronomy lovers can find inspiration and guidance from The Old Farmer's Almanac. This venerable source of wisdom provides a wealth of knowledge on various subjects, including vegetable and flower gardening, as well as celestial wonders.
Six States Provide Financial Relief with Direct Payments Worth up to $1,500 in 2023
Introduction: As inflation continues to impact the United States, several states are stepping up to offer financial assistance to their residents in 2023. These direct payments aim to alleviate the economic burdens faced by individuals and families. Some states had previously planned these payments, while others recently announced them. Let's explore the details of each state's initiative to provide much-needed relief.
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New Jersey Landlord-Tenant Laws
This post includes some part of the content written by AI. Writing up a rental agreement lease can be difficult, especially if you are a new landlord or have recently acquired properties in a new state. Each state has different laws when dealing with real estate, and it’s important that you know what your state expects from you as a landlord. In New Jersey average rent is slightly higher than the national average at $2,200 a month, so investing in property in this area could be a good opportunity for you. Keep reading to get an idea of the landlord-tenant laws in New Jersey, and what to consider before buying here.
Action Park was the most dangerous amusement park in US history.
Action Park once held the reputation of being so fun that it killed people. It was the most insane and the most dangerous amusement park that ever existed. Daily injuries became common due to rides that defied physics and encouraged even riskier behavior.