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Report: Soldier from Passaic killed during Georgia home invasion

Iraq veteran Jeremias Ortiz was at home with his wife Saturday when he and an intruder began firing at one another

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Archbishop in NJ picks new No. 2 in scandal's wake

The archbishop of Newark has appointed a new top deputy to replace the administrator who stepped down last month in the wake of a scandal involving a former priest.

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New Jersey, now powering New York City (some of it, at least)

A four mile cable under the Hudson is now supplying as much as 5 percent of New York City's power.

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Judge won't reduce $4M bail for man accused in Bergen synagogue arsons

Twenty-one year old Aakash Dalal is one of two men accused in firebombing of synagogues.

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Flash flood watch in effect across NJ

Rainfall amounts of 1½ to 3½ inches are possible with isolated amounts near 5 inches. The rain will result in flooding of some roadways and the possibility of river flooding increases when amounts exceed 3 inches.

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Former N.J. mayors ask LG to rethink plan for high-rise HQ along the Palisades

Byrne, Florio, Kean and Whitman ask LG to reconsider plans for large office tower over scenic parkland

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In wake of scandal, Newark Archbishop John J. Myers appoints new top deputy

Auxiliary Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha has been named the vicar general in the Archdiocese of Newark, replacing Monsignor John Doran, who was forced out two weeks ago

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Road Warrior: Recalling a transit giant achievements stretched over miles


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No probe in Washington Twp. terminal leave


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Hugs, tears and cheers: A big welcome for N.J. soldiers who are home at last

The 508th Military Police Company meet their friends and relatives in Lawrenceville on Thursday after a 325-day deployment to Afghanistan.

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