Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Monday:

⬛ RUTGERS PROFESSORS ON STRIKE - What it means for students
Thousands of Rutgers professors, lecturers and grad-students are on strike. The university is telling students to still attend classes.

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⬛ Worshippers save imam stabbed at NJ mosque, man charged
Serif Zorba is charged with attempted murder for stabbing an imam, Sayed Elnakib, during morning prayers at the Omar Mosque in South Paterson on Sunday, officials say.

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⬛ More liquor licenses in NJ? Poll suggests that won't be easy
The concept of "more booze" isn't as accepted in New Jersey as one might think.

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⬛ Lambertville, NJ tax assessor arrested on child porn charge
Lambertville Tax Assessor and former firefighter Richard 'Rick' Carmosino is charged with possession of child pornography.

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⬛ Lowest property taxes in NJ – is your town on the list?
New Jersey has the highest property taxes in the Nation, but where can you find the lowest tax bill? Check out the list.

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