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NJ Transit expands 'mobile ticketing' program

MyTix program now available on Main/Bergen County and Port Jervis lines

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Trial over billionaire Revlon heiress' inheritance to begin this week

Samantha Perelman claims her uncle used "undue influence" to swindle her late mother out of hundreds of millions in inheritance

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'Real Housewives of New Jersey' spinoff: Caroline Manzo to shoot a Bravo pilot

'Manzo'd with Children' would be the first Jersey spinoff

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Shoplifter attacked Pathmark employee after being confronted, police say

Suspect stole $104.98 worth of DVDs, police say

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Sister of Boston Marathon bombing suspects to enter PTI program after drug charges

Bella Tsarnaeva will likely have here criminal record cleared

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It's flu shot season

Roll up those sleeves, it’s flu shot season. After last year’s influenza epidemic, more people are expected to get vaccinated this time around.

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Getting hate out of N.J. children's games: Editorial

Good-natured trash-talking isn't the problem. New Jersey has to get the hate speech under control.

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North Bergen, Union City detectives looking for suspect in late-night double shooting

 North Bergen and Union City detectives are working together to capture a man sought in the shootings of two men late Friday night on the municipalities’ border, police officials announced today.The incident occurred around 11:30 p.m. Friday when a gunman...

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Health notes

VOLUNTEER TRAINING PROGRAM AT HUDSON HOSPICE The Hudson Hospice Office will host a volunteer training program for those interested in volunteering as companions to terminally ill patients and their families. The program consists of eight classes on Tuesdays through Oct. 29. Sessions are 10 a.m. to noon and 7 to 9 p.m. and will take place at the Hudson Hospice Office, 93 Clerk St., Jersey City. For information, call Sister Carol at (201) 433-6225.

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New, taller power lines revive old safety fears

But the sight of 65-foot-tall pillars along some of the region’s wealthiest suburban streets raised a question first asked more than 30 years ago: Could the higher-voltage power lines strung between the poles increase the risk of cancer for nearby residents?

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