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NJ native Paul Rosolie's fascination for animals will reach another level this weekend when the Discovery Channel airs his attempt to be "eaten alive" by a 19-foot snake. (Photo by Discovery Channel)
NJ native Paul Rosolie's fascination for animals will reach another level this weekend when the Discovery Channel airs his attempt to be "eaten alive" by a 19-foot snake. (Photo by Discovery Channel)
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‘Eaten Alive’ star recounts stunt

Raised and schooled in Bergen County, New Jersey, explorer Paul Rosolie had always been fascinated by animals. That fascination will reach another level this weekend when the Discovery Channel airs Rosolie's attempt to be "eaten alive" by a 19-foot snake.

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Scoreboard at Sayreville High School
Scoreboard at Sayreville High School (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sayreville football coach removed from strength/conditioning job

The Sayreville Board of Education made a move Tuesday night that could be hinting at the end of George Najjar's reign as head high school football coach.

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Beware of holiday credit card scams

It's every shopper for themselves this holiday season. With millions of credit card numbers already compromised this year through breaches of major retailers, consumers are advised to be on the lookout for scams that can leave them feeling anything but jolly.

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