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2015/07/06 01:19
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VANCOUVER, B.C. — When the final whistle sounded on the Women’s World Cup final Sunday, Carli Lloyd dropped to her knees near the sideline and looked to the open roof at BC Place, pumping her arms...
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2015/07/05 13:02
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PISCATAWAY, N.J. – In a row of beige cubicles in a suburban office park, a hulking former Army sergeant is hunched over his phone next to a photo taken in Afghanistan a few days before he was hurt by...
2015/07/05 04:34
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BALTIMORE – The ownership of Ayers Saint Gross has changed hands four times, all while keeping the design firm intact and in Baltimore for more than a century. But when it came time for yet another...
2015/07/05 04:14
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On the list this week: Twin Oaks, McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter LLP, Colliers International and others … Twin Oaks recently announced two promotions from within its company: Derry Holland...
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Cliff Zukin is a Rutgers University professor of public policy and political science at the Edward J. Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy and at the Eagleton Institute of Politics. He...
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Thirty-five of the fastest Montclair YMCA Dolphins swimmers competed on June 26-28 at the Sonny Werblin Pool on the campus of Rutgers University in the Jeffrey S Mace Memorial Summer Sizzle XXV, one...
2015/07/04 17:03
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Hugh Canlon had his usual prime seat for the Arielle Newman Run. In front of the Clove Road house on the corner plot, the one where the now 88-year-old raised seven children with his late...
2015/07/04 10:52
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That arrangement marks the second for KDC Solar, a Somerset County, N.J.-based firm that several weeks ago placed dozens of sheep on a large site in Vineland, N.J., where it owns and operates a solar...
2015/07/04 07:58
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... free or die’ has Vermont roots BENNINGTON � Many Vermonters will celebrate the birth and history of the United States today, but a much smaller number will be aware that one of the mottoes most...
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) � A federal judge will hear arguments this month by fishing groups who want him to shut down a research project that involves blasting the ocean floor off the coast of New...
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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Struggling members of the military can continue to seek help and advice from veterans under a program New Jersey's 2016 budget will continue to fund. Gov. Chris Christie said in...
2015/07/03 13:49
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is slumping in the polls both at home and in states key to his bid for president. But if you believe oddsmakers, he may have a better chance of making it to the Oval...
2015/07/03 04:30
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ESOPs, a type of employee benefit plan that was almost unheard of before the early 1970s, have become the most common form of employee ownership in the United States, covering 13.5 million workers at...
2015/07/02 21:34
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If you found yourself in Green Valley Park enjoying the country sounds of the band Whiskey Rose on June 27, you might think you’re experiencing some strange form of déjà vu when you attend Payson’s...
2015/07/02 19:41
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Cheesequake Baseball will hold registration for the 2015 fall season. Mail-in registration is available online at leaguelineup.com/cqba and is due by Aug. 1. The Central Jersey Baseball Academy and...
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Eric Heatter Eric Heatter will only be a junior this fall at Monroe Township High School, but he has already verbally committed to play baseball at Rutgers University when he graduates. That’s how...
2015/07/02 14:03
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Westerleigh resident Mary Curran promises to be at the sixth annual Arielle Newman Run starting line Saturday morning for a simple reason. "I love the course ... it's my favorite of all the Triple...
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HACKETTSTOWN -- Centenary Stage Company continues its tradition of nurturing artists by offering the Summer Dance Intensive with the professional Nimbus Dance Works. This four-day summer intensive,...
2015/07/02 08:19
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Big Bird in the 2012 Macy’s Day Parade (Mike Lawrie/Getty Images) Can kids really learn as much from “Sesame Street” as from preschool? Recently, a new working paper from the National Bureau of...
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Kenneth R. Anderson, 72 Kenneth R. Anderson, of Verona, died June 13 in Glen Ridge. He was 72. Born in Glen Ridge, he grew up in Bloomfield, lived in East Orange for 18 years and moved to Verona 30...
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