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More details emerge about $2M deficit discovered in last year's Bayonne school budget

The school board president said the causes for the deficit were varied.

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Man who shot son in self-defense reportedly won't be charged

Hours earlier, the 28-year-old was arrested on criminal mischief charges for allegedly breaking his parents' fence

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Christmas caper: N.J. town sees string of Grinch-like decor thefts

Nutley police are looking into at least five holiday display thefts.

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Nearly 3 years later, former Bayonne official convicted of bribery still not sentenced

Crisonino faces a maximum sentence of 18 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines.

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3 pistol whipped in South Jersey home-invasion robbery

Four armed men entered an apartment in Penns Grove through an unlocked door and pistol whipped the occupants and stole cash, police say.

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'Driver Sober or Get Pulled Over' campaign underway for holidays

Over the past five years, New Jersey has experienced approximately 41,000 alcohol-related crashes resulting in more than 800 fatalities.

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N.J. student, 15, charged with making high school threats

The student allegedly wrote multiple threats on the wall of a bathroom at Toms River High School North.

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N.J. lawyer cleared of charges he sexually assaulting girl

The South Jersey attorney said he turned down a plea deal that included no prison in order to clear his name

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Sneak preview inside N.J.'s 1st Topgolf entertainment center (PHOTOS)

You don't need to have ever swung a golf club to enjoy New Jersey's first Topgolf location.

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New mom using black princess dolls, community letters to inspire Newark girls

The 'From One Princess to Another' initiative will hand out dolls and letters to 100 city girls.

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