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Got any secrets to beat the heat on a day like today?
A second straight scorcher is ahead for New Jersey
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Take a look at this surveillance cam footage.
Satchel of money was mistakenly left behind by workers stocking ATMs
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When the homeowner leaves before the bank forecloses, that's a zombie foreclosure. Do you have one near you? A lot of NJ.commers are talking about how zombie foreclosures are a blight on their neighborhood.
While a "zombie foreclosure" may sound like something you would find on a particularly messy episode of The Walking Dead, the term actually describes a problem plaguing towns around New Jersey.
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Upvote the balloons you like best and they will ... ahem ... ascend on our list.
Yoda, Piko and other cool balloons. Which one is your favorite?
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The perfect way to end the week, right NJ Transit rail riders? </sarcasm> Has this week made you rethink the way you get to work?
Trains are running 30 minutes behind schedule
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+Duane Zadarosni that's already done
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As developers try to re-imagine Atlantic City, is this the kind of attraction that would bring you there?
The redevelopment plan by a Pennsylvania-based group proposes transforming the former Atlantic Club casino into a hotel and entertainment complex with two water parks.
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No thanks. Nothing would bring me there. Your likely to get mugged walking from casino to casino. And that's the only reason anyone goes there in the first place any more. It's no longer the shore resort it used to be years ago.
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What do you figure the average age is of the folks in your town? Now, you can find out.
New Jersey's second oldest and second youngest towns are just a few miles apart.
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Uh-oh, no more late-night trips to WalMart. Is this going to put a crimp in your shopping habits?
Starting Monday night, the nation's largest big-box retailer will close seven Garden State shopping locations at midnight for six hours, spokesman Brian Nick said.
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Roy Rogers is coming back. What other chains need a reboot?
Which other fast food chains should make a Jersey comeback?
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See if your favorite hot dog spot made our list.
For hot dog lovers, New Jersey is nirvana. Pete Genovese explains why, and ranks the state's top 25 hot dog joints.
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His critics deny the charges and say this has more to do with the chief's strained relations with the town's elected officials.
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Pretty creepy, no? It's tough to imagine something like this really happening.
Jason Hubbard made his way into a spare bedroom where he got under the bed and began charging his four cell phones, police said.
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