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Shoulder Season at Jersey Shore Attracting Thousands

The beaches are closed, the lifeguards are gone and the crowds have decreased, some Jersey Shore businesses are still earning money from tourism thanks to what is known as the "shoulder season."

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Poverty on Rise in N.J.

Poverty rates in most states have stabilized, but New Jersey was one of three states that saw a jump in both the number of people living in poverty and the poverty rate in 2013.

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Debate set on bill to freeze individual college tuition rates

On Thursday, an Assembly committee is scheduled to consider legislation that has been called the cornerstone of a 20-bill higher education reform package.

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A NY Waterway ferry takes passengers to NYC. (Andrew Burton, Getty Images News)
A NY Waterway ferry takes passengers to NYC. (Andrew Burton, Getty Images News)
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New Ferries to Launch

Monmouth County commuters who take the ferry into Manhattan will ride in style as a pair of new ferries is expected to depart from the Belford terminal beginning in January.

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Do red light cameras have a future in NJ?

New Jersey's controversial red light camera pilot program is scheduled to expire in December, and while some legislators are eagerly anticipating the end of the program, other lawmakers are unsure about the future of red light cameras in the Garden State.

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Phones, web help students cheat

Smartphones and the internet have ushered today's students into a new realm of cheating on schoolwork, but teachers can use the tech upgrades to their advantage as well.

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After Sandy and the fire, Seaside Heights still struggles

While New Jersey's second summer after Sandy proved to be significantly better than 2013, some shore businesses say they're still a long ways away from pre-storm numbers.

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Houses are seen submerged under water after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Houses are seen submerged under water after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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‘Katrina/Sandy’ Study Launched

Nine years after Hurricane Katrina and nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy, a Web-based interactive timeline comparing and contrasting the impact and responses to the storms is now available to the public.

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Resource center opens for affected casino workers

In response to the recent closures of Revel and Showboat in Atlantic City, a one-stop resource center opens its doors Wednesday to the thousands left without a job.

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The ‘Back-to-school Plague’?

It's back to school for most New Jersey children this week, and homework isn't the only thing they will be bringing home with them. Now, is also a time when germs run rampant through the classrooms causing many students to come down with what has become known as the "back-to-school plague."

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