These Are the Stories You Read Most in 2017
From Seaside Heights’ new beach regulations to NJ’s Best Towns for Families, these are the stories that cracked our top ten list this year.
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An ordinance passed on April 5 changed everything from smoking rules to admission fees to what you can pack in your beach bag.
This Hunterdon County gem beat out hundreds of NJ towns and is a haven for hikers, fishers and foodies alike. Can you guess what spot came out on top?
This category of our Best Towns round-up singled out towns that are both reasonably priced and great for raising kids.
One of NJ’s biggest perks is its proximity to the Big Apple. You can get there from these towns in as low as 21 minutes (if all the commuting stars align, that is).
The US experienced its first coast-to-coast eclipse in nearly a century this summer. These NJ venues made perfect viewing spots.
Will this mall ever open?! Things are looking up since summer, since the project received a big financial influx and has a new target date that’s not too far away.
This new locale has everything to set the mood: a full bar, food that’s delivered to your seat and more.
The 300-acre proposal will be chock-full of rides, attractions and, of course, bricks. Best part? It’ll just be a short ride away.
NJ mom and the blogger behind Autism With a Side of Fries gets real about what it’s like to raise a son with autism. Number 3 is a game-changer (especially if you don’t have a special needs kid yourself).
A grant from the CDC is helping newborns and their parents prepare for those early baby days.