Here is a small list
of some of the best Web sites for finding useful
information about New Jersey:
Official State of New Jersey Home Page
is one of the most useful Web sites available for
residents of Ocean County and New Jersey. Here you
will be able to stay in touch with what is happening
throughout our state and access information on many
services and programs provided by our state government.
individuals, government, civic organizations, elected
officials, and corporations so that they can communicate
and collaborate in building a better New Jersey.”
A useful site for reading statewide news, looking
for a job, and checking out New Jersey professional
and school sports scores.
Jersey Civil Service Bulletin
Civil service job postings from the New
Jersey Department of Labor.
Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
Provides information important to New Jersey
residents on a wide variety of topics, including:
HMO Report Cards, nursing home evaluations, New
Jersey vital records, training and education in
medical fields, and cancer information to name a
Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs
This agency oversees the Office
of Consumer Protection, professional
and occupational licensing boards, and the Bureau
of Securities, to name a few. Follow the link
Information for "Consumer
Briefs", descriptions of programs available
to consumers in New Jersey who feel that they were
victims of fraud or unfair business practices, and
for consumers wishing to educate themselves before
choosing a product or service.
Jersey History's Mysteries
This site offers information about little
known and mostly forgotten people, places and events
that make New Jersey the interesting state that
it is. Pirates, politicians, murderers and heroes
have all made their way through New Jersey's history,
and the stories and photographs posted here document
their journeys. Also, this site features those places
and events that were once famous, feared or revered
in New Jersey history, but that few today remember.
Miles at Sea
Postcards from Beach Haven, then and now.
questions? We have answers!
and Compiled by B. Kaden