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Union reportedly rejects plan to avoid police layoffs

There are 26 officers facing layoffs and another 11 facing demotions.

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Top 25 median police salaries in Bergen County

What do police officers earn in your town?

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The 17 towns that are making the most babies

One New Jersey town has one of the highest birth rates on the planet.

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The 42 N.J. high schools with the best ACT scores

The number of students taking the rival exam to the SAT is rising in New Jersey.

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Vintage photos of N.J. folks going 'Down the Shore'

As we start summer, we share some interesting facts about the Jersey Shore .... * Beachwood in Ocean County was settled as part of a newspaper promotion. A promotional campaign by The New York Tribune in 1914 offered parcels of...

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Who are the best? NJ.com's 2017 All-State baseball teams

Which players were the best at each position this season?

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Man died after surgery to remove weight-loss band, widow claims in suit

Jay Clauss, 61, died June 2, 2015 after surgery to remove a lap-band, according to a lawsuit.

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NJ.com's baseball All-State teams and full postseason honors for 2017

NJ.com announces its 2017 Baseball Honors including All-State, All-Group, Coach, Player, Team of the Year, final team rankings, standings and statistical leaders.

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Insurance company makes comeback to N.J. Obamacare health exchange

Oscar will offer coverage options for people living in north and central Jersey, including 14 of the state's 21 counties.

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Christie pardons 2 more out-of-staters on gun crimes

Gov. Chris Christie has pardoned more than a dozen out-of-state residents on gun-related charges.

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