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2013 Guide to the Jersey Shore

Businesses are reopening. Rides are warming up. In places, the boards will once again be walked upon. Following the devastation of Superstorm Sandy, the Jersey Shore will officially open for the summer, kicking off with Memorial Day weekend. Click through for everything you need to know about navigating the Jersey Shore this summer.

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Priest's return to ministry after sex-abuse confession draws new scrutiny, criticism

The decision to return the Rev. Michael Fugee to ministry several years ago has come under new assault in the wake of revelations he violated a ban on ministry to children

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Road Warrior: Time to buckle up whether you like it or not


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LOCAL ISSUE: SCHOOL SAFETY ON ELECTION DAY Bergen asked to move polls


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Softball: Indian Hills 3, Ramapo 1


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Baseball: River Dell 3, Bergen Catholic 2


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Historic homes tour offers glimpses of Bergen County's past

A stroll through historic homes in northwest Bergen County on Saturday offered a vivid glimpse into just how laborious, painful and perilous it could be to raise a family before the advent of electricity, antibiotics and other modern blessings.

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Bergen County residents to wait on buyouts

Hundreds of homeowners in chronically flooded sections of Bergen County spared during Superstorm Sandy will have to wait to find out if the state will buy out their properties.

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Breakfast flavors go beyond the cereal bowl

Breakfast cereal flavors are now influsing all kinds of foods

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Reaction round-up: Officials respond to American Dream approval vote by NJSEA

Reaction from local, county and state officials on Friday focused on the ongoing negotiations between the developers and the teams, as well as a concern over whether construction will rely heavily on New Jersey-based labor

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