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New Yorkers Flock To Beaches On Memorial Day

With temperatures likely tipping the 90’s, thousands were planning to to spend a much-needed holiday soaking up the sun and cooling off in the water.


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Parts Of N.J. See Close To 20 Inches

New Jersey found itself digging out from another major snowstorm Thursday and dealing with canceled flights, closed schools, some for the second day in a row, and slippery roads.


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NJ Group Raises Money To Save Kindergarten

The jobs of eight teachers would be saved if the Bernards Township school board votes to accept the money raised by Dr. Adam Hecht and his wife.


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stands on the Statehouse steps Monday, Jan. 24, 2011, in Trenton, N.J., as he addresses an anti-abortion rally. The rally was one of many around the country held by abortion opponents on the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

Gov. Chris Christie Speaks At Anti-Abortion Rally

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told anti-abortion activists gathered in the bitter cold Monday that they have an ally in him.


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Officials Administer Hepatitis Vaccinations At L.I. Church

It’s not what you normally think about on your way to church. But on Tuesday parishioners were returning to pray for good health and to receive injections after being exposed to a potentially dangerous virus.


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Hepatitis Scare Rocks Long Island Parish

Nassau County health officials said Monday that thousands of parishioners at a Massapequa church may have been exposed to hepatitis A on Christmas Day.


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District Not Ready For Pupils A Week After Snow

The storm dumped more than two feet of snow on a swath from the shore to northern New Jersey on Dec. 26 and 27.


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FEMA To Inspect N.J. Blizzard Damage On Monday

After the fifth largest snowstorm in New Jersey over the past 100 years dumped nearly three feet of snow across the Garden State, Gov. Chris Christie is hoping the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be able to provide some relief.


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Gas Leak Fixed After Evacuation Of 900 L.I. Homes

Workers fixed a propane gas leak in Shirley that prompted authorities to evacuate 900 homes. CBS 2 learned late Saturday evening that residents were being allowed to return home.


N.J. Gov. Chris Christie

Christie Unapologetic About Vacationing During Blizzard

No regrets and no apologies from Gov. Chris Christie, who was vacationing in Disney World with his family while New Jersey was being battered by the fifth largest storm in the last 100 years.


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Jersey Shore Still Digging Out From Blizzard

It’s been three days since the snow stopped falling and in Ocean Grove.


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Blizzard Brings Tri-State Area To Virtual Standstill

A powerful East Coast blizzard marooned thousands of would-be air, rail and road travelers Monday, shutting down major airports and rail lines for a second straight day.


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Monster Blizzard Pounding Tri-State Area

Many New Yorkers were feeling boxed in Sunday as a powerful winter storm lay a snow blanket, turning roads slick, canceling hundreds of flights and putting a chill in retailers’ day-after-Christmas sales.


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Residents Hit Stores To Restock On Food, Shovels

Secaucus and other Bergen County residents stormed the Home Depot and Stop And Shop to stock up on supplies as the blizzard approaches.


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Storm Already Wreaking Havoc On Travel Plans

With the blizzard starting to deposit snow in the Tri-State Area, numerous flights out of Newark Liberty Airport were cancelled, adding headaches and confusions to the hundreds of travelers lined up to fly out.