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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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A Father's Day look at 20 of N.J.'s famous dads

Many celebrities, athletes and others of note have lived, or now live, in New Jersey. Some aren't just known for their own skills, but also for being fathers.

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The 15 strangest facts about women vying to be Miss New Jersey

You'll never guess what Miss Eastern Shore has eaten before.

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The 20 biggest winners in controversial school funding plan

Is your school going to get more money under New Jersey's proposed spending plan? Find out which districts would be the top winners.

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After another night of awards, the next Miss N.J. to be crowned tonight (PHOTOS)

Preliminary night 2 brought back the 28 contestants as they compete to become Miss New Jersey 2017.

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Drunk police sergeant charged in violent late night crash, cops say

Vasili Pieratos, 43, lost control of his car on Kinderkamack Road near Highland Street, according to reports.

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Senior Sendoff: Find out where Class of 2017 stars will play college lacrosse

Hundreds of Garden State players will join college programs next year. Find out where.

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Miss N.J. 2017 night 1: Coastal Shores takes talent, Seashore Line wins swimsuit (PHOTOS)

Twenty-eight contestants compete during the first preliminary night of the Miss New Jersey Pageant.

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Mental health programs shrinking under new state payment system

The state Department of Human Services' new payment system, which reimburses an agency after a patient has received treatment instead of getting the same amount of money every month, take effect July 1.

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