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N.J. approves more than $135M for affordable housing projects in Sandy-slammed counties

The commitment is part of New Jersey’s plan to spend $1.8 billion in Hurricane Sandy relief provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development earlier this year

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GWB traffic from New Jersey slowed by accidents on both inbound decks

The incidents have pushed the waiting time to cross the Hudson River span into New York City to about an hour

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Route 4 westbound to close overnight near George Washington Bridge

Lanes will close at 9 p.m. each night and open at 10 a.m.

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Pedestrian hit by on Route 3 at end of rush hour

The incident caused traffic delays as the morning rush hour was coming to an end. Pedestrian is in serious condition.

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Great Blackout no more than a memory

Supermarkets and restaurants filled dumpsters with spoiling food. Ice cream shops saw the day’s profits melt away along with their product. Workers stayed home, stymied by stalled commuter trains. Residents flooded stores vainly seeking something, anything, to restore light in their homes and power to their appliances €“ from flashlights and batteries to generators and gas cans.

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Residents at county homeless shelter will get IDs to show police to help police and homeless

The county's homeless shelter will start issuing identification cards to its residents on Friday following a police quality of life initiative that has resulted in frequent stops of homeless individuals in the city.

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Potbelly's hot peppers

Potbelly Sandwich Shop has some standout hot peppers.

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Where police brass outnumber street cops


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2 North Bergen trucking companies sue truck stop chain, claiming rebate fraud

Two North Bergen trucking companies have filed a lawsuit against a national truck stop chain operated by the owner of the NFL's Cleveland Browns, claiming the chain cheated them out of customer loyalty rebates.

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2 North Bergen trucking companies sue truck stop company, claiming rebate fraud

Two North Bergen trucking companies have filed a lawsuit against a national truck stop chain operated by the owner of the NFL's Cleveland Browns, claiming the chain cheated them out of customer loyalty rebates.

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