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Vintage photos of proms in N.J.

Many a magical night in the Garden State.

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Man jumps into river, tells cops it was for Polar Bear Plunge, report says

The 37-year-old jumped 40 feet into the river from the Cedar Lane Bridge off East Anderson Street.

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WATCH: N.J. dad flips out when his first son is born

Kennedy Zarour was already the father of five girls when he got a little surprise last month

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'This Is Us' actor to give commencement speech at N.J. college

Ron Cephas Jones, to some known as William on NBC's "This Is Us," will serve as this year's commencement speaker at his alma mater, Ramapo College.

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High schooler in pajamas crashes car during late night heroin run, cops say

The 17-year-old victim from New York drove to New Jersey on a drug run, police said.

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Softball: Who is the latest breakout star in the NJ.com Player of the Year Watch?

Who will be the top player at the end of the year?

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Did Kellyanne Conway land this $8M D.C. mansion? (PHOTOS)

The house is around the corner from Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump's new digs -- as well as President Obama's

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Penn Relays: A look back at N.J.'s 44 greatest performances of all time

From Marty Liquori to Sydney McLaughlin, the best track and field athletes from New Jersey have made their mark at Franklin Field.

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Baseball Top 20, April 19: No ranking safe from upset frenzy

Who is the top team in NJ.com's latest rankings?

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How many N.J. jobs are held by workers with tech visas targeted by Trump

Any crackdown could hit New Jersey hard, since it has the fourth-highest number of jobs filled by foreign workers here on H-1B visas.

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