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Top 16 storylines entering the 2017-18 girls basketball season

With a new season about to kick off, there are plenty of unanswered questions.

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2017 football honors, Part 1: Final 50, Group & conference rankings, more

The final rankings of the season.

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Jackson to vote on dropping ban on Jewish eruv

An eruv is a symbolic boundary, used in Orthodox Jewish communities, allowing activities to take place on the Jewish Sabbath and on Yom Kippur outside of the home. Jackson Township passed an ordinance banning an eruv earlier this year.

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Murphy's N.J. attorney general pick could make American history -- and combat Trump

"The American Dream is alive and well in New Jersey," Gurbir Grewal said after Gov.-elect Phil Murphy announced he was nominating his as the state's next attorney general.

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Pay $500, save a bear: Hunters' auction off their permit for cash

Three hunters offer to rip up their $2 permits and donate the proceeds to charity

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Boys Basketball preview: Group 4 players to watch for in 2017-18

Who are the top players in Group 4?

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2 N.J. restaurants named among the 100 best in U.S. by major app

OpenTable offers up the latest examples of why N.J. is food heaven.

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Girls basketball preview: Players to watch in 2017-18

A breakdown of players to watch in every girls basketball group in 2017-18.

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Cop's voicemail rant threatening to ticket teachers deemed 'justified'

The sergeant's expletive-filled rant was 'justified' in the eyes of his bosses

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Trump administration promises to clean up these N.J. Superfund sites

WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump's administration named three New Jersey locations -- more than any other state -- to a list of 21 Superfund sites to be immediately cleaned up. The sites are in Bridgewater, Bergen County and Newark. As an indication of...

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