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The 2007 Breeders' Cup takes place at Monmouth Park in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
The 2007 Breeders' Cup takes place at Monmouth Park in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
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Racetrack forms group to handle sports betting

OCEANPORT, N.J. (AP) -- A New Jersey racetrack has taken another step toward offering sports betting if it becomes legal in New Jersey.

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NJ paid sick leave bill still a work in progress

Six New Jersey municipalities have earned paid sick leave statutes in place and two more are scheduled to vote on the issue in November. Meanwhile in Trenton, legislators and business leaders continue to battle over a bill to create a statewide paid sick leave law.

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Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City
Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Union makes counteroffer to save Taj Mahal casino

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- As a pivotal hearing drew near that could decide the fate of the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, its owners and its main union clashed over pension contributions and what the company called "harassment" of its convention clients.

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Governor Chris Christie takes questions from reporters while at Catholic Charities in Trenton
Governor Chris Christie takes questions from reporters while at Catholic Charities in Trenton(Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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WATCH: Christie calls hazing allegations ‘a nightmare’

Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday expressed outrage at allegations of hazing and intimidation surrounding a central New Jersey high school's football team, calling accounts of the conduct "extraordinarily disturbing" and "a nightmare" for parents.

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The entrance to Sayreville War Memorial High School
The entrance to Sayreville War Memorial High School (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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YOUR COMMENTS: On the Sayreville high school football scandal

Here is what some readers and listeners have already posted on nj1015.com about the Sayreville high school football scandal. Join the discussion by adding your comments below.

Jennifer Pedrero Netta: Everyone needs to stop using the words "Bullying", "Hazing" because that justifies parental complaints about cancelling the football season. This is a serious sexual assault

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Sayreville school superintendent Dr. Richard Labbe addresses the media about an incident involving the high school football team
Sayreville school superintendent Dr. Richard Labbe, at a press conference earlier this month. (Courtesy of PIX 11)
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Horrific details emerge in Sayreville football scandal: First News

Today in New Jersey's First News:

The latest in Sayreville - For freshman football players...it must have been terrifying.  The lights in the locker room would go out.  Someone would make a w

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Sayreville High School
Sayreville High School (Google Street VIew)
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Anti-bullying sponsor stunned by Sayreville

Sports Illustrated and NJ Advance Media are reporting that Sayreville's high school football season was scrapped this week because prosecutors are investigating a pattern of lewd behavior. The prime sponsor of New Jersey's anti-bullying law said when she was pushing her legislation, she never imagined a situation like this.

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Traffic flows on Route 35 (NJ DOT)
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Avoid Rt. 35 during Seaside Columbus Day Festival

To avoid bottlenecks getting into Seaside Heights this weekend for the three-day Columbus Day Festival, avoid using Route 35 and take Route 37 through Toms River instead, New Jersey Department of Transportation officials advise.

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West Africans in New Jersey address Ebola threat

Considering themselves the first line of defense, New Jersey's West African communities are taking special precautions to prevent the deadly Ebola virus from coming to the Garden State.

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Joe Sohm, Getty Images
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Merging school districts could save NJ taxpayers money

New Jersey has more school districts than municipalities and taxpayers foot the bill for them, but one lawmaker said it would be possible to save money if more districts merged.

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