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30 N.J. towns where property taxes hurt the most

In these 30 towns, homeowners pay at least 15 percent of their household income, on average, toward property taxes.

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Doctor, 79, to be sentenced in blood tests-for-bribes case

He's one of more than 30 doctors convicted in a $100 million Medicare fraud scheme.

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Judge throws out restraining order against Ramapoughs in teepee dispute

The restraining order concerned a 14-acre prayer ground the Ramapoughs own at the base of a wealthy housing enclave.

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$1M Mega Millions ticket was sold at North Jersey convenience store

The N.J. ticket was one of 3 to match five numbers but not the Mega Ball

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Games of the Year: 37 best of the best from the 2016-17 HS sports year

NJ.com takes a look at the 37 best high school games from the 2016-17 school year.

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Councilman berates police over towed car, report says

A councilman berated the police department in a phone call after his car was towed from the front of his house as the city changed its towing contractor rules, NorthJersey.com reported.

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N.J. pets in need: June 19, 2017

Animals need permanent homes all over the Garden State.

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Miss New Jersey 2017 is...

The winner of Miss New Jersey 2017 is Miss Eastern Shore, Kaitlyn Schoeffel, of Egg Harbor Township.

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North Jersey pet store reportedly forced to stop selling dogs

A store was forced to stop selling dogs Friday after it was re-selling animals bought from breeders, NorthJersey.com reported.

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Tractor trailer crash forces diner to stay closed on Father's Day

A crash has forced a local diner to stay closed on what is usual a busy morning, a manager for Heritage Diner said Sunday.

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