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NJ Transit to host open forum tonight in Hoboken

NJ Transit customers will have a chance this evening to talk to the agency's senior management, including Executive Director James Weinstein, about their experiences using the statewide transit system. The agency will host its "We Are Listening" forum at the Hoboken Terminal from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. outside the waiting room area.

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'American Dream' moving forward? NJSEA may vote on project Friday

The NJSEA announced Wednesday that it would hold a special meeting Friday

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Members of the new James Bond Gang plead not guilty to burglary charges in Sussex County

Two members of Bergen County’s notorious “James Bond Gang” pleaded not guilty this week to charges of burglary, theft, conspiracy and criminal mischief, authorities said.

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Is American Dream project on verge of revival?

The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority has announced a special meeting of the agency's board on Friday at noon where "formal action may be taken, including but not limited to, actions regarding the American Dream project."

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Believe it or not, we are driving a lot less

You might not realize it while you're inching along Routes 80 or 17 or 1&9 today, but American road warriors are not traveling as many miles as they used to back in the 20th century.

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Whether to buy flooded land may be left to voters


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David Kaczynski, brother of the "Unabomber," talks to two North Jersey middle-schools

This week, David Kaczynski will talk to middle-school students at two North Jersey schools about the very different path that he chose. Seventeen years ago, David made the agonizing decision to approach the FBI with suspicions that his older brother, a brilliant mathematician who suffers from “paranoid type schizophrenia, was the Unabomber.

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Report: Property taxes hit new high in New Jersey

New Jersey’s average property tax bill grew to $7,885 last year, another record high according to newly released state data, and one that appears to be growing slower than it has in past years. But many homeowners face a bigger overall property tax burden despite that slow growth because state tax relief programs have been cut over the years.

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Newark Archdiocese reaches new settlement in decades-old case of alleged sexual abuse

Two men have accused the Rev. John Nickas of sexually assaulting them in the 1970s

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Bergen County Police donate 10,000-pound armored truck to Warren County town

Officials said the vehicle would give police a way to safely transport injured people during dangerous situations

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