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Man fatally shot in Jersey City early this morning

A man in his 30s was fatally shot early this morning in the area of Clinton Avenue and Grand Street, authorities confirmed this morning.

These are the 37 best county college students in N.J., group says

New Jersey's "All-State Academic Team" will be honored Thursday in Trenton.

How do N.J. GOP voters feel about Christie as Trump VP?

Most Garden State Republicans are comfortable voting for Trump, but will they go along with a Trump/Christie ticket?

12 famous firsts in N.J. you might not have known

New Jersey is home to a long list of important firsts: The first town to have electricity, the first U.S. national historical park and the first condensed soup to name just three

Controversy over N.J. board president's use of district labor leads to policy changes

The state investigated Bridgeton Board of Education president Angelina Edwards.

Jersey City kids learn -- and have fun -- at new after-school program

Thanks to a new initiative by the Jersey City Recreation Department though, hundreds of elementary school students in the city now have the opportunity to learn and have fun safely after school

When will a chewed-up stretch of I-78 finally be paved?

The problem spot on the east-west highway is located in Union and Essex counties and was first brought up in September 2015 by readers seeking a smoother ride.

Powerball jackpot rises to $415M, among 10 largest ever

The Powerball jackpot for Saturday, May 7, grew after no tickets held the winning numbers in the drawing on Wednesday

Bergen Community College to open $26M healthcare building

More than 1,000 students will use the center each year.

5 reasons why Donald Trump ran over 16 Republican rivals

Here is a look at why experts think Donald Trump is now the Republican presidential nominee.