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Man who shot at pizza worker 6 times pleads guilty to manslaughter

Joseph Borges faces 20 years in the slaying of Raymond Torres in Paterson.

Was lawsuit over controversial development in Bayonne filed too late?

A group of residents who sued the city to stop the development of a 10-story building in their neighborhood may have filed their lawsuit too late.

Home prices in N.J. slower to climb than previously thought, report says

Prices are expected to climb another 3 percent next year

N.J. lawmakers push for independent prosecutors to head police shooting inquiries

County prosecutors would no longer investigate fatal police shootings.

Delaware River Port Authority reform bill likely doomed in Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania governor vowed to veto it, while N.J. legislators haven't even gotten to vote on it.

Run for the stuffing: Turkey Trot to give out medals

Participants in this year's CEA/Johanna Foods Turkey Trot will get a souvenir medal.

Bayonne Hispanic Association and city clash over festival in park

The city and the Bayonne Hispanic Association are clashing over the cultural group's claim that the city isn't letting it hold a festival in 16th Street Park.

Pick your favorite scarecrow for this year's contest in Millville (PHOTOS)

The annual Scarecrow Contest has businesses and groups creating scarecrows to display down High Street.

Ask your questions live about the lack of funding for new 911 system

NJ Advance Media will host a Facebook live chat Friday at 12:30 p.m. with the reporters who wrote the article.