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Damaged NJ Sewage Plant Should Be Fully Back “Soon”

The head of the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission says the agency's massive wastewater treatment plant suffered historic damage from Superstorm Sandy but that repairs are progressing and the plant could be fully operational soon.

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Newark Teachers Ratify “Groundbreaking” Contract

Newark teachers have voted to ratify a tentative agreement that education officials have called "groundbreaking."

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Man Fatally Shot at Newark Gas Station

Authorities are investigating a shooting at a Newark gas station that left a 25-year-old man dead.

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Newark Mayor Cory Booker Sends Out Hilarious Tweet

Newark New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker is known for being quite active in the social media circles. One of his latest tweets though, may be one for the record books.

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NJ College Student Indicted in Fatal Crash

A New Jersey college student faces a vehicular homicide charge stemming from a crash that killed a fellow student.

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Newark Mayor Opens Doors to Sandy-Affected Residents

The mayor of New Jersey's largest city was once known for shoveling the snow off residents' cars. That was before he went into a burning building to rescue his neighbor. And all of that was before Superstorm Sandy.

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Groundbreaking Newark Teachers Pact Advances

The Newark schools superintendent and president of the Newark Teachers Union have given their formal approval to a groundbreaking contract that ties pay to performance.

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From left to right: Anthony Prince and Latoya Johnson of Newark. (Photo: NJ State Police)
From left to right: Anthony Prince and Latoya Johnson of Newark. (Photo: NJ State Police)
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Troopers Find Drugs, Jewels, Guns in Newark Couple’s Fortified Home

A Newark couple has been arrested and faces a myriad of charges after authorities executing a search warrant found heroin, firearms and cash at the gated residence.

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Rolling Stones Release New Song, Listen to it Here [VIDEO/POLL]

As if it wasn't good enough that the Rolling Stones announced they'll be performing at the Prudential Center in Newark this December, the historic rock band has released a brand new song from their upcoming album due out on November 12th.

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Rolling Stones To Play Prudential Center [VIDEO]

The Rolling Stones are coming to "The Rock."

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