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Search Still Ongoing For Missing Fisherman In Ocean CountyThe search for a missing fisherman whose clam boat was found empty on a small island in Ocean County has now entered its third day.
New Jersey Woman Raising Awareness Of TrichotillomaniaA local expert is trying to raise awareness about an impulse-control disorder that affects many people who are too ashamed to speak out about it and seek help
Revived Talk Of South Jersey Light Rail Project In Light Of Camden DevelopmentAs Subaru's new headquarters in Camden continues to take shape, there's talk, and apparent planning, to improve public transportation options to the city as a whole.
Westville, NJ Police K-9 Hangs Up His CollarAfter eight years, Remi, a Westville Police K-9, had his last shift Saturday.
Man Admits Strangling Pregnant Girlfriend During ArgumentA man who strangled his pregnant girlfriend during an argument in their apartment has pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter.
Authorities Resume Search For Missing Fisherman In Ocean CountyChristopher Hugg, 45, of Tuckerton, N.J. disappeared Thursday night in Little Egg Harbor.
NJ Developing Lower Prescription Limits For Potentially Addictive PainkillersBottom line, they're just trying to curb the rising tide of addiction from those who take the pills for acute, short term pain.
2,500 Amazon Jobs To Be Added In New JerseyAll of the jobs will come with benefits, and they include entry-level and skilled workers.
More Than 3,000 Pounds of Mislabeled Chicken Soup RecalledThe recalled items were sent to Whole Foods Market stores in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Rhode Island.
New Jersey Mayor, NFL Consultant Won't Run for GovernorThe mayor of a New Jersey township who moonlights as a kicking consultant for the NFL's Baltimore Ravens has decided against running for governor of the Garden State.
New Jersey Police To Receive More Body CamerasMore South Jersey police officers will be hitting the streets equipped with brand-new body cameras.
CITGO To Pay New Jersey $450,000 FineTexas-based "CITGO" has agreed to pay New Jersey a $450,000 fine over alleged violations of the Motor Fuel Act, Consumer Fraud Act, and advertising regulations.

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