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    Jersey City has compiled a list of places where people can drop off new and unopened items for the people of Mexico and Puerto Rico. Jersey City has compiled a list of places where people can drop off new and unopened items for the people of Mexico and...

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    Rutgers will host over 100 recruits Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium when the Ohio State Buckeyes come to town. Many of the region's big dogs will be in attendance as Ash takes on his former team. ......

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    Golf's biggest stars returned to Jersey City's Liberty National for a second round of the Presidents Cup. Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson, Jason Day and other top golf stars were back yesterday at Liberty National for the second round of the Presidents Cup -- the PGA Tour event that pits a team of top American golfers against their counterparts from around the world. Click on the gallery above and scroll through the photos for a look at some of the four-ball game action in Jersey City. And in case you missed it, here are photos from opening day of the tournament, including those from the ceremony graced by three past U.S presidents. ......

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    The 15-year-old sophomore, who has not been identified, died some time in the afternoon WEST WINDSOR -- Princeton police have confirmed the person killed by a train...

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    Integrity House: Although the end of the governor's tenure is near, he remains deeply committed to helping communities battle the opioid epidemic and continues to reinforce that. By Robert J. Budsock On Sept. 19, Gov. Chris Christie visited Integrity House in Newark to discuss new major initiatives to combat the opioid crisis. The governor will commit $200 million toward 25 recovery and prevention initiatives that will make New Jersey the model for nationwide addiction recovery programs. The opioid epidemic is a national and state emergency that calls for immediate...

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    Hoboken is a diverse town with a diverse community. We need someone that will represent our ideals on inclusivity. We need someone that has the strength and fortitude to stand up for what's right. Bhalla works to achieve Hoboken's goals When I moved to Hoboken in 2004, it was with hopes and dreams of finding a community of thinkers and dreamers; a unique and diverse community to raise my daughters in. As an artist and single mom, I wanted my children to be in an inclusive environment where single artist moms were welcomed. I moved alone, knowing not a soul, just trusting my instincts to guide me. It was the best move I've ever made, and through the community, my daughters and I found a...

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    Rutgers freshman wide receiver Bo Melton talks about his adjustment to the college game heading into Saturday's Big Ten clash with Ohio State. ......

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    Another weekend in Hudson County means plenty of events and entertainment for residents to enjoy. Another weekend in Hudson County means plenty of events and entertainment for residents to enjoy. Here's a list of what's going on throughout the county today: Jersey City Irish Festival: The annual Jersey City Irish Festival on the Hudson is set to return to Exchange Place today for a celebration of Irish culture and heritage. The festivities will begin at 11 a.m. and will run...

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    The woman lost her left foot and part of her calf as a result of the shooting CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE -- A man who tried to kill a woman aboard a fishing boat was sentenced to 38...

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    It is my belief that many of the kneeling detractors, as well as, more broadly, many Trump supporters, know on some level that they cannot defend their stances on issues of race as well as many others issues, and so they stay within the choir, or they hide behind false premises that don't stand up to even light scrutiny. By Will Heyer In a country more divided than it has been in decades, it is no surprise that we are divided over the issue of athletes kneeling for the national anthem. Those who support the movement -- as well as, often, by extension, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, such as myself -- argue that, whether or not you support BLM, kneeling is a respectful gesture...

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    The one day course finishes up with a certification test. MILLVILLE -- The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is offering a boating class to the community. New Jersey law...

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    The cafe was allegedly operating without a license and has been closed. GALLOWAY TWP -- A restaurant was deemed an "unsanitary and an unsafe structure for human...

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    Emergency crews responded to an accident involving a Ford Ranger pickup and a utility pole in Franklin Township on Sept. 29, 2017. FRANKLIN TWP. - Emergency crews responded to an accident involving a Ford Ranger pickup and a...

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    The Yankees play the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday at 1:05 p.m., at Yankee Stadium. ......

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    Phil Murphy just got endorsements from his five Democratic primary opponents. Four months after he fended them off in a crowded, often fiery election for the party's nomination, Democratic nominee for governor Phil Murphy on Thursday rolled out the endorsements of all five of his primary opponents. Murphy's campaign sent out a news release touting that retired Teaneck...

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    The bridge will remain open all weekend and will not close again until 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 2. The Bayonne Bridge will remain open this weekend inn observance of Yom Kippur, and...

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    He pleaded guilty to mail fraud and money laundering charges CAMDEN -- A man who sold counterfeit computer parts and ran a money laundering scheme was sentenced to a year in prison Friday, authorities said. Ronald Graban, 58, of Columbus, Burlington County, pleaded guilty in 2012 to charges of mail fraud and money...

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    Cheryl A. Satoris, 57, was convicted of setting fire to her condo building in 2011. WOODBURY -- A Superior Court judge questioned Friday if a sentence of probation was appropriate for a woman convicted twice of setting her Washington Township condominium building on fire. Cheryl A. Satoris, 57, was found guilty in June of third-degree arson in a 2011 blaze that damaged eight condo units but caused no injuries. She was originally convicted on the same charge in a 2013 trial, sentenced to five-years probation, ordered to pay $48,000...

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    Structural engineers are doing additional evaluations today to determine the extent of damage. JERSEY CITY -- Three left lanes on Route 139 westbound, just past Jersey Avenue,...

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    The Devils still have some difficult decisions to make at training camp. Watch video NEWARK -- When the Devils resumed practice on Friday, John Hynes' message to his team was simple. Training camp isn't over yet. The Devils finished their preseason slate on Wednesday, using a 4-1 win over the Washington Capitals to finish 5-1-1 in exhibitions, but their roster still sat at 32...

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