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Two women busted on prostitution ch...

Two women busted on prostitution charges at Secaucus hotel

Sherry Becker, 51, of Jersey City, and Kia Morris, 28, of Hillside, were charged with engaging in prostitution after an undercover officer responded to an ad listed by the defendants on a classified advertisement website, police officials said in a release. A meeting was arranged and the women were subsequently placed under arrest when they arrived at the hotel to complete the sexual transaction, the officials said.

Wandering vintage vendor Very finds...

Wandering vintage vendor Very finds a brick-and-mortar home in Jersey City

From its birth as a pop-up shop at the now defunct freeform space Pianoland on Morgan Street in Downtown Jersey City, the vintage store has come a long way. They've sold out of tents at festivals like the All About Downtown Street Fair and have a successful online Etsy shop that ships all around the country.

Jersey City eyes $2 billion coastal...

Jersey City eyes $2 billion coastal defense plan to prevent catastrophic flooding

Jersey City's Waterfront would undergo a massive makeover under a plan to build a $2 billion sea wall to protect the city from flooding. Jersey City is planning to embark on a massive, $2 billion coastal defense plan along its eastern Waterfront, one that would that radically alter the city's so-called Gold Coast and, city officials hope, protect it from the kind of massive flooding it experienced during Hurricane Sandy.

Construction will affect weekend tr...

Construction will affect weekend traffic on Kennedy Boulevard in Jersey City

Traffic on a portion of Kennedy Boulevard between Route 139 and St. Pauls Avenue in Jersey City will be impacted by construction this weekend, Hudson County officials announced. On Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., roadwork in the northbound lane of Kennedy Boulevard will reduce traffic to one lane in each direction.

Bayonne swears in first female fire...

Bayonne swears in first female firefighter in 108-year history

The Bayonne Fire Department made history today by welcoming the first woman into its ranks in its 108 years of existence. Cailin Brodel, a lifelong Bayonne resident, understands the significance of becoming the first female to wear the uniform and knows she'll be able to handle the challenge.

Homeless man charged in bike theft ...

Homeless man charged in bike theft string in Jersey City, Hoboken: P.A. cops

Edward Feuchack was arrested Wednesday in Jersey City and charged with stealing bikes, police said. A homeless man was nabbed by Port Authority police yesterday in Jersey City and charged in a string of bicycle thefts, police said.

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Events in New Jersey for Nov. 2-8, ...

Events in New Jersey for Nov. 2-8, 2014

A guide to cultural and recreational events in New Jersey.
Beyond the Mason Jar

Beyond the Mason Jar

A change in state law has made it easier and cheaper for distillers to get into the business. At least three are ready to go.
Today in Politics

Today in Politics

Democrats still have a chance to hold the Senate, but it won?t be easy.
Winning Lottery Numbers for Oct. 30...

Winning Lottery Numbers for Oct. 30, 2014

Lottery numbersfor New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Today in Politics

Today in Politics

Election watchers might want to take a moment to savor the uncertainty of these midterms.
Winning Lottery Numbers for Oct. 29...

Winning Lottery Numbers for Oct. 29, 2014

Lottery numbers for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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Guardrail Co. Avoids Nationwide Ban...

Guardrail Co. Avoids Nationwide Ban With Crash Test Plan

The federal government has received, but is refusing to disclose, an urgent plan to re-test the safety of guardrails found on American highways across the country amid accusations they are dangerous to motorists.
Mexican Judge Orders Release of US ...

Mexican Judge Orders Release of US Marine Reservist

The California native was arrested across border with firearms in his truck.
'America's Funniest' teaches you wh...

'America's Funniest' teaches you what not to do this Halloween

Using hilarious video clips from around the country, here's a video teaching you how to survive Halloween. Take a look.
Cubs hire Maddon as 54th manager

Cubs hire Maddon as 54th manager

The Chicago Cubs will announce the hiring former Tampa Bay Rays skipper Joe Maddon as the 54th manager in franchise history on Monday, the team announced in a release Friday.
The 7 Most Controversial Ads of Ele...

The 7 Most Controversial Ads of Election 2014

Attack ads are some of the oldest -- and dirtiest -- tricks in the political playbook. And 2014 has seen it's share.
Canada suspends entry visas from Eb...

Canada suspends entry visas from Ebola stricken countries

Canada will deny entry visas to people from the West African countries: Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone.

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