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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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Punishment handed out for St. Joseph (Mont.), Pope John brawl

Both Pope John and St. Joseph (Mont.) will be without their head coaches for the first two weeks of the 2018 football season.

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Boys basketball preview: 24 Can't-miss games for opening weekend

Where do you need to be on the first weekend of hoops season?

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Girls basketball preview: Teams to watch and title contenders

Which teams have what it takes to win a state title this season?

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N.J. pets in need: Dec. 11, 2017

Dogs and cats throughout New Jersey need permanent homes.

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It's not over after all: N.J. extends the bear hunt by 4 days

The 2017 bear hunt, in which 382 bears have been killed, will resume Wednesday

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See how much snow fell in your area

The state's first substantial snowstorm of the season is in the books. Most parts of New Jersey got anywhere from 2 to 6 inches of snow. See how much fell in your area.

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379 bears killed in a hunt that may be going an extra 4 days

State officials are expected to announce later Sunday whether the 2017 hunt will be extended

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No exit from Hudson County | Opinion

How do you get out of here?

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Protest held in the snow as N.J. gets ready to extend the bear hunt (VIDEO)

State officials will decide Sunday on extending the hunt for up to 4 days next week.

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