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Jersey City staycation? Not a great...

Jersey City staycation? Not a great idea, group says

Open fire hydrants may be one of the few sources of entertainment in Jersey City for "staycationers." A research group says Jersey City ranks No.

Does the spirit of former Mayor Fra...

Does the spirit of former Mayor Frank Hague haunt a Jersey City cemetery?

That's the question being asked by an author and a documentary filmmaker after a tree branch nearly fell on them during a recent visit to Hague's gravesite in Jersey City's Holy Name Cemetery. Nelson Johnson, the author of the book that inspired HBO's hit series "Boardwalk Empire," was being interviewed earlier this month for a documentary film about Jersey City when the bizarre incident unfolded.

Nightclub security guard sends man ...

Nightclub security guard sends man to hospital

A security guard at a North Bergen nightclub is accused of shoving a man onto the sidewalk last week, sending him to the hospital with serious head injuries. Boris Calballeira, 33, of West New York, is charged with aggravated assault and offenses related to his failure to obtain a Security Officer Registration Act card.

Faith Matters: Mormons to build a f...

Faith Matters: Mormons to build a flagship church in Jersey City

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has taken root and is growing in Hudson County. They recently purchased a large tract on Route 139 and Bevan Street in Jersey City right near Kennedy Boulevard for their newest church center.

Extra guidance counselors at Jersey...

Extra guidance counselors at Jersey City school after sudden death of student

Additional guidance counselors will be on hand at School 12 in Jersey City this week after a student at the school died suddenly last week. Extra guidance counselors will be at Julia A. Barnes School 12 on Astor Place in Jersey City this week after an 8th grade student unexpectedly died on Friday, a spokeswoman for the district said.

Jersey City man driving drunk in Ba...

Jersey City man driving drunk in Bayonne hits street sign, two utility poles, cops say

A Jersey City man has been accused of driving drunk and hitting a street sign and two utility poles earlier this month in Bayonne, according to police. BAYONNE - A Jersey City man has been accused of driving drunk and hitting a street sign and two utility poles earlier this month in Bayonne, according to police.

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New Jersey Lassa Fever Death Prompt...

New Jersey Lassa Fever Death Prompts C.D.C. Action

The patient had recently returned from Liberia, where the disease is common. It is similar to Ebola, but less deadly.
Lassa Fever Carries Little Risk to ...

Lassa Fever Carries Little Risk to Public, Experts Say

The viral illness killed a man who had traveled to New Jersey from Liberia, where it is common, but it does not carry the threat of Ebola or spread easily from person to person.
Deaths of Math Genius John F. Nash ...

Deaths of Math Genius John F. Nash Jr. and Wife Show Need to Use Seatbelts in Back, Experts Say

Seatbelt campaigns have been undermined, in part, by a cultural mind-set that not using one in the back is somehow safer and by what some see as mixed messages in state laws.
Man in New Jersey Dies of Rare Vira...

Man in New Jersey Dies of Rare Viral Disease After Returning From Liberia

Lassa fever, rarely seen in the United States, can have symptoms similar to Ebola but is less infectious and far less likely to be fatal. About 1 percent of Lassa patients die.
At Least 3 Die in New York City Cra...

At Least 3 Die in New York City Crashes on Holiday Weekend

At least one of the accidents involved an intoxicated driver, the police said.
Two Quick Goals Stun Red Bulls

Two Quick Goals Stun Red Bulls

Vincent Nogueira and C. J. Sapong scored five minutes apart in the second half, leading the Philadelphia Union past the Red Bulls, who were shut out for the second straight game.

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Rare cheetah cub births at Metro Ri...

Rare cheetah cub births at Metro Richmond Zoo in Virginia

Three cheetah cubs were born at the Richmond Zoo in Virginia, the second litter of the endangered species recently born at the zoo.
Mirjana Lucic-Baroni stuns Simona H...

Mirjana Lucic-Baroni stuns Simona Halep at French Open

Simona Halep became the highest seeded player to exit the French Open so far as she lost to Mirjana Lucic-Baroni in the second round.
MIT-Bound Triplets Made 'Incredible...

MIT-Bound Triplets Made 'Incredible Sacrifices'

Most students leave for college without a piece of home. But for a set of triplets from Newport Beach, California, they're getting to take their siblings.
Paula Cooper, once Indiana's younge...

Paula Cooper, once Indiana's youngest death row inmate, dead of apparent suicide

An Indiana woman who was once the nation's youngest person on death row but whose sentence was eventually commuted to a prison term was found dead in Indianapolis on Tuesday.
Mike Aviles: Team's gesture 'means ...

Mike Aviles: Team's gesture 'means a lot to me'

Cleveland Indians players and coaches are shaving their heads in support of teammate Mike Aviles, whose 4-year-old daughter is being treated for leukemia.
Pilot orders pizza for passengers a...

Pilot orders pizza for passengers aboard delayed flight

A Delta pilot ordered pizza for the passengers aboard his plane after their flight was delayed.

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