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"Can you imagine that people wanted to kill and eat him? Unreal. Do the right thing, go vegan."...
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The sport is popular with wilderness lovers, adventure seekers and, of course, canine enthusiasts....
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While train delays are nothing new for commuters, the reason for this morning's hold-up certainly was....
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Curling may not be as popular as ice skating, skiing or snowboarding, but it's an invigorating pastime worth trying this winter....
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New Jersey's leaders say they are committed to improving long-term care for veterans, but now they must prove it....
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Due to warming temps, many local ponds aren’t freezing sufficiently for safe skating. So Jersey towns and residents are taking matters into their own hands....
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An Englewood bird enthusiast started the event, which has since gained global traction, in 1900. This year's Jersey count will take place December 14-January 5. ...
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The Diabetes Foundation provides free and affordable access to tools and resources....
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This curious subculture has evolved from deer heads in hunting lodges to more artistic oddities that are often playful, sometimes creepy and frequently beautiful....
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Coleen T. Murphy, author of How We Age: The Science of Longevity, is "fascinated" by the genetic and biochemical elements behind longevity and aging....
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The pocket-sized relic is a portrait of his younger self, as well as of the journalism industry nearly half a century ago....
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The elusive bird endeared himself to locals as he caused mile-long traffic jams and evaded officials for weeks. He was finally relocated to Wharton State Forest....
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See the stunning results of our annual search for local photographers' best images....
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Middle-of-the-road, common-sense politics in New Jersey have been taken over by the far left and the far right....
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"My mom still makes my bed," says the 25-year-old rookie. ...
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Murphy cited her work on infant mortality and climate change....
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It went on a three-plus-year hiatus fueled by the pandemic....
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Coffee-maker Nescafé, a Freehold anchor, and Nabisco, which made cookies in Fair Lawn, evoke fond memories—and more than a little anger at their demise....
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It also hopes to inspire a lifetime of learning in students....
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