Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Tuesday.

⬛ Central Regional students charged criminally after teen suicide
In the days since 14-year-old Adriana Kuch took her own life in Bayville, several teens face charges stemming from a fight caught on video. Others say this isn't the first time bullying allegations were mishandled.

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⬛ Another N J school reports cyber-attack
Bridgewater-Raritan school officials confirm employee data was compromised in cyber attack

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⬛ Timing not right for casino smoking ban, group argues
Lawmakers were told that a smoking ban is the right thing to do, but now is not the right time.

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⬛ Whale #9 comes close to the NJ Shore in Manasquan
The whale was floating in the water between Manasquan and Point Pleasant Beach late Monday afternoon.

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⬛ For 4th year in a row, Atlantic City cancels St. Patrick's parade
The Atlantic City parade, which usually marches along the boardwalk, will not step off for the fourth year in a row because two factors: the condition of the 152-year-old structure and financial considerations.

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