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Students Stabbed Outside Jersey City High School

Jersey City police say two students were stabbed outside high school, but their wounds are not considered life-threatening.

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Hyatt Regency Hotel in Jersey City (Flickr User Walter Burns)
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Jersey City Hotels to Host 2014 Super Bowl Teams

New Jersey's second-largest city will play host to both Super Bowl teams next year.

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Bob Hurley Sr. Would Consider Coaching at Rutgers

Hall of Fame coach Bob Hurley of St. Anthony's High in Jersey City, N.J., would consider taking over the Rutgers basketball program on a caretaker basis for a year or two.

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NJ Immigration Activists to Push Reform

Members of New Jersey's congressional delegation as well as labor unions, religious leaders, immigrants and immigration advocates plan to hold a rally Saturday in Liberty State Park.

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Bones Found in Jersey City Were Not Human Remains

Investigators say two bones found in a Jersey City parking lot last month are not human remains.

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Sanjay Kanojia / AFP - Getty Images
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NJ Hindus Celebrate Festival of Colors

Several celebrations in New Jersey are marking the Hindu festival of Holi.

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Peter Loveras (Photo: NJ Office of Attorney General)
Peter Loveras (Photo: NJ Office of Attorney General)
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E. Rutherford Man Guilty in Phony Driver’s License Ring

A northern New Jersey man has been sentenced to four years in prison for his admitted role in the illegal sale of New Jersey driver's licenses.

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NJ Man Charged with Sexual Contact on PATH Train

A New Jersey man has been charged with criminal sexual contact for an alleged incident aboard a PATH train.

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NJ Not Renewing Two Charter Schools

New Jersey's Education Department has decided to close two charter schools after the current school year and is still considering the fate of a third.

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Is it Fair to Deny Children of Illegal Immigrants College In-State Rates? [POLL]

It’s either a noble gesture or a shrewd political move to cull favor with Hispanics.

A couple of Jersey City officials want the state to make state schools affordable for illegal immigrants.

The gist of it would be to give the children of said immigrants who were brought here when they were young, in-state rates to colleges here if they can prove that they will legalize their immigration status, and also have graduated high school for at least 3 years or obtained a GED

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