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High school student-athlete transfers are on the rise

The need for success appears to be much stronger these days among New Jersey high school student-athletes and their families.

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Groundhog Day: Snow, Ice, Rain
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Winter Storm Update: 12 Things to Know

Here’s the latest update on tonight’s winter storm, which looks as though it will bring a mixed bag of snow, ice, and rain to the Garden State through Monday.

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Snow, sleet, and rain likely Sunday night into Monday

Another winter storm system is setting its sights on New Jersey beginning Sunday night and a mix of snow, sleet, and rain could make for a challenging ride to work or school Monday morning.

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New Jersey summer rentals already in demand this month

The frigid temperatures, biting wind and recent snow have many New Jerseyans dreaming of warmer days in a beach chair, with their feet in the sand and a beverage in hand. Realtors across the state are already fielding calls from vacationers looking to rent a house at the Jersey Shore this summer.  

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College affordability bill is sent to Christie’s desk

A new panel would be given one year to find ways to make a college education less expensive in New Jersey and to present recommendations to the legislature, under a measure sent Thursday to Gov. Chris Christie that would establish the "College Affordability Study Commission."

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More than 150 people attended Thursday night's public hearing
More than 150 people attended Thursday night's public hearing on PARCC in Jackson Township (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ parents blast PARCC test at 2nd hearing

For the second night in a row, New Jersey education officials held a Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers public hearing, this time in Jackson Township.

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Aggressive Flu Strain Arrives Early And Spreads Rapidly Through U.S.
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The flu remains very active in New Jersey

The calendar suggests flu season is halfway done, but influenza-like activity is still abundant in the Garden State.

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How Can New Jersey Attract More Jobs?

New Jersey's unemployment rate may be down, but finding a job is still tough in the Garden State. Only 29,000 jobs were added in 2014, according to the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development, and the job market grew only 0.7 percent compared to a 2.1 percent gain for the rest of the nation.

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Governor Chris Christie speaks at his election night event after winning a second term at the Asbury Park Convention Hall
Governor Chris Christie speaks at his election night event after winning a second term at the Asbury Park Convention Hall (Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
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Signs still point to a Chris Christie presidential run

Take a look at Gov. Chris Christie's jam-packed out-of-state and out-of-country itinerary, says one veteran political expert, and you'll know all you need to know about his presidential aspirations.

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Winter: Your car’s worst enemy

If your car could talk, it would probably tell you it hates winter. The roads are unforgiving this time of year, and for you, that could mean more money devoted to the repair shop.

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In this Jan. 9 photo, gas prices were under two dollars a gallon at a service station in Leonia, N.J.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
In this Jan. 9 photo, gas prices were under two dollars a gallon at a service station in Leonia, N.J. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
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Gas prices down, but fuel surcharges linger

It may cost much less to fill up our vehicles with gas these days, but we are still paying fuel surcharges to ship packages, travel by air and in some cases, take a cab or car service.  

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Super Bowl can be a super problem for compulsive gamblers

With the Super Bowl fast approaching, the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey is gearing up for its biggest annual challenge.  

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