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Softball: 2017 NJSIAA state tournament brackets

Check out the schedule for all 20 groups

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NJ Playwrights Festival winners announced

Bergen County Academy student writes one of five winning plays.

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20 questions heading into the NJSIAA state softball tournament

We ask the pertinent questions. The answers will come in the next few weeks

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NJ.com boys lacrosse Top 20, May 15: On to the state tournament

The boys lacrosse Top 20 welcomes three new teams as state tournament play kicks off.

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Metallica unleashes heavy metal mayhem at N.J. concert -- with a smile (PHOTOS)

Metallica was terrific at MetLife Stadium, shredding and joking for two hours

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N.J. pets in need: May 15, 2017

Dogs and cats throughout New Jersey await adoption.

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Best team ever? A look back at the stacked 2011 Don Bosco national champion football team

Was the 2011 Don Bosco Prep football team the best in New Jersey history? You be the judge.

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Boy struck by car taken to hospital with minor injuries

An 11-year-old riding his bike was transported to the hospital with minor injuries after he was struck by a car Sunday afternoon, officials said.

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It's Mother's Day and here's why N.J. loves mom

The lines at flower shops are out the door and restaurants are packed this Mother's Day. But for children, whether they are young or adults, celebrating mom today is what's most important: she's a strong, supportive, and bright woman. Here's what people dining in Hudson County had to say about their favorite mom today.

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Cemetery reportedly removes veterans' markers from graves

Some people are disappointed after families found their loved ones' veterans' markers were removed from their graves in a North Jersey cemetery, CBS New York reported.

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