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St. Patrick's Day beer
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NJ Bars Load Up on Beer and Corned Beef for St. Patrick’s Day

Although the unofficial celebrations started earlier in March, New Jersey bars are gearing up for this week's official St. Patrick's Day.

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Main entrance to Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson
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Scam alert: ‘Free’ online Six Flags Great Adventure tickets are phony

The offer looks authentic — there's a bar code, terms and conditions and an expiration date.

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tip jar
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How Do You Respond to the Tip Jar?

Among those who are feeling generous, the most common tip amount is around a dollar.

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TELFORD, ENGLAND - JULY 07: Aviator All Stars perform at BCA International Cheerleading and Dance Competition on July 7, 2012 in Telford, England. The annual competition is the largest of its kind in Europe with over 1800 cheerleaders from 47 teams from across the UK and Europe performing for the coveted title. (Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)
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Atlantic City’s Sports Industry Prime for Breakout Success

With Atlantic City under more pressure than ever to increase revenue, especially non-gambling, its growing sports tourism industry is beginning to deliver in a big way.

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NJ’s heroin, opioid problem targeted with HOPE Initiative

New Jersey lawmakers are hoping the state's heroin and opioid addiction epidemic will settle down if the right tools are at work.

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Steven Young
Steven Young, a community activist from Atlantic City, N.J., testifies at a hearing in Trenton, N.J. against a proposed state takeover of Atlantic City on Thursday, March 10, 2016. Moments later, he was escorted from the hearing room by a state trooper after he refused to stop testifying. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Atlantic City About to Run out of Money — and is Fighting a Hostile Takeover by State

State senators gave their first approval Thursday to granting Gov. Chris Christie’s administration sweeping powers over municipal finances in Atlantic City.

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Allergy, Clod, Flu - Blowing nose
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Flu Activity Considered ‘High’ in Every New Jersey County

The entire state is "in the red" on the latest influenza map, which includes statistics through the week ending Mar. 5.

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Governor Chris Christie Press Conference on Atlantic City
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Despite Atlantic City’s Opposition, Senate to Consider Takeover Plan

A hostile takeover of the cash-strapped Atlantic City government is due to take its first formal step in the state Senate Thursday.

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Millville Police Ask for Help in Fatal Hit & Run Investigation

The Millville Police Department are requesting your help in a 2015 fatal hit and run investigation.

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An Aedes aegypti mosquito, the mosquito behind the Zika virus, is photographed through a microscope at the Fiocruz institute in Recife, Pernambuco state, Brazil.
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Can New Jersey’s Mosquitoes Carry Zika?

According to the New Jersey Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is in the process of determining how effective New Jersey's mosquitoes would be at transferring Zika from one human to another.

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Atlantic City, New Jersey (SeanPavonePhoto, ThinkStock)
Atlantic City, New Jersey (SeanPavonePhoto, ThinkStock)
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Christie: If AC Runs Out of Money, It’s The Assembly Speaker’s Responsibility

If a key Trenton lawmaker does not agree with a state takeover plan for Atlantic City, Gov. Chris Christie says he plans to wash his hands of the issue.

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Minimum wage
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NJ Voters Say $15 an Hour Minimum Wage is Too High, Poll Shows

Democratic leaders in the NJ Assembly and Senate are working on measures to raise the minimum wage in Jersey to $15 an hour, but a new poll finds a majority of Garden State voters believe that’s too much.

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