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Memorial Day 2013: Remembering 151 fallen soldiers from N.J. who served in Iraq, Afganistan

Remembering New Jersey's 151 fallen service members on Memorial Day

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Police: Bergen County men mistakenly beat up teen over bogus Rangers tickets

Robert Brancaccio and Raymond Sorg paid $640 for four tickets to a home game last week, police said

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Charity Classic sets a record for donations

The Memorial Day weekend means different things to different people, but for kids ages 8-16 from more than 280 teams across North Jersey and some from New York, it's time to play ball.

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Photos: A salute to our fallen North Jersey heroes

Today, Memorial Day, can be bittersweet. It is the unofficial start of the summer season. But an untold number of wreaths will be laid at memorials throughout the region, the state and the country, all of which mark the sacrifice made by men and women. During more than 11 years of military campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq, 26 men from North Jersey have died in both military theaters.

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Standoff at northern N.J. home ends peacefully

Steve Montgomery, 27, of Asbury Park, surrendered around 7 p.m. Saturday

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Construction near for cell tower at town hall


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Borough Hall gets face-lift


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Doctor learns from his own health crisis

The last thing Jeffrey Mitchel remembers from the night he almost died is playing tennis.

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Road Warrior: Is tough road safety talk enough? for safer summer driving


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Newark Archbishop John Myers' unconvincing dodge: Editorial

Myers, it seems, still doesn't get it, and remains stuck in the past.

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