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21-year-old man suffers broken collarbone and bites during assault in Hoboken

The victim said the man pulled him to the ground, breaking his collarbone. He fought back but his opponent punched him in the face several times and began biting him on the left shoulder and left biceps before fleeing, reports said.

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Road Warrior: Another video shows bikers how to drive safely for bikers who ride in groups


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Seed-to-table: the next big food movement?

More chefs are becoming interested in breeding custom fruits and vegetables.

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Hotline part of state's effort to fight human trafficking


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Gymnastics: Ramapo 105.65, Indian Hills 96.075


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Surfing the Meadowlands? World's largest surf riding pool eyed for American Dream

The surf facility, part of a proposed indoor water park at the former Xanadu complex, would be able to generate an 8-foot wave

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Small tornado confirmed in northern N.J., packing winds up to 100 mph

This was the third confirmed tornado to hit New Jersey in the past three months

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Paterson drug bust highlights city’s problem with suburban buyers

The Sex Money Murda set of the Bloods street gang ran a thriving drug business near the corner of 12th Avenue and East 22nd Street, a spot that benefited from easy access to Route 20, law enforcement officials said.

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Palisades cliffs 'at risk' from LG expansion, list of historic sites says

World Monuments Fund says 143-foot corporate HQ would spoil the Palisades cliffs

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$60M in Sandy aid to help local governments repair from storm, prepare for future disasters

The Christie administration announced two grant initiatives today dedicated to helping towns and counties recover from Hurricane Sandy.

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