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The Asbury Park Press and APP.com cover Monmouth and Ocean counties at the Jersey Shore.
The Asbury Park Press and APP.com cover Monmouth and Ocean counties at the Jersey Shore.

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The New York Post is reporting that Gov. Chris Christie is telling friends and staff he is taking a role with the Trump administration.

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Bonefish Grill and Carrabba's Italian Grill in Middletown have closed their doors. http://on.app.com/2lV1jk7

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Next month, chefs from across the state – and some known around the world – will step into the kitchen at a resort in northern New Jersey.

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“We will all participate so that the government can see how much money they can lose if we don’t buy anything from the store, if we don’t buy gas, if we don’t buy food, if we don’t go to work. If we stop for one day,” Hector Manny said.

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President Trump stepped up his war Thursday on the officials leaking information about his presidency, vowing that they will be caught and punished.

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A judge has ordered that a Neptune teen accused of dumping his murdered prom date into the Shark River must stay locked up as his case moves forward.

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President Trump said Wednesday during a joint news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he "can live with" a two-state or one-state solution for Mideast peace. "I'm happy with the one they like the best," Trump said.

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So you’re a 50-year-old whose life has just been altered inexorably, having been informed that you have Multiple sclerosis.

What’s one of the first things you do?

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Tough new insurance mandates for addiction treatment, restrictions on first-time opioid prescriptions and other measures to combat drug abuse were signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Chris Christie.

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The New Jersey Department of Education has released its draft plan for meeting requirements under a new federal Every Student Succeeds Act, which gives states more decision-making power on education issues.
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