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Talent agent who mysteriously disappeared a week ago still missing, police say

Mark Schlegel walked away from his house without his wallet or phone

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Man suffers head injury after being struck by train, NJ Transit says

Service was suspended briefly on the NJ Transit Bergen Line after someone was hit at the Van Winkle Avenue crossing Saturday night

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Did Nike rip off some of New Jersey's best basketball players?

Is Nike exploiting Jahvon Quinerly and JellyFam with its new Paul George shoes?

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Toal out, Teel in as Don Bosco football appears loaded for run in 2017

Greg Toal is out. Mike Teel is in. And the first-year coach has plenty to work with in Year 1.

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You've never seen photos of N.J. quite like this ... and you took them

NJ Advance Media asked its readers to submit photos that celebrate New Jersey in honor of World Photo Day

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2 men in Nazerah Bugg case sentenced to decades in prison

Jeavonte Dennis, 19, was sentenced to 45 years in state prison. Nyje Johnson, 22, was sentenced to 22 years.

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Stormy weather, flash flooding could make mess of Friday evening commute

Torrential downpours could drop several inches of rain over a short time span, forecasters say.

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Retired Stevens professor donates papers to school's library

The professor's work broke new ground in getting student-interns involved in community affairs in the 1970s.

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Super Conference summer tour: An inside look at some of N.J.'s top football teams

Are you ready for 2017?

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10 takeaways from new report that could forever change how we commute

A Manhattan-based planning group urges fast action on the Gateway rail tunnel project, and downplays the need to replace the aging Port Authority Bus Terminal

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