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  • Melissa Gorga would call sister-in-law Teresa Giudice if she won the lottery

  • Melissa Gorga, Margaret Josephs and Jackie Goldschneider of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” play a game of “Who Would You Call?” If Gorga won the lottery, Teresa Giudice would be in luck. “I would call my sister-in-law because she’s going to want some of that money,” she revealed. Find out their answers here, plus...
  • New York airport regulator partners with ride-share firm Via

  • Ride-share provider Via said on Thursday it had partnered with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to provide flat-rate shared trips from New York City's LaGuardia Airport, which is plagued by congestion and limited access to public transit.
  • Man sentenced to day in jail for buying endangered tiger rug

  • A New Jersey man was sentenced this week to a day in the slammer for buying an illegal $6,800 tiger skin rug to decorate his “safari room,” according to prosecutors and a new report. Loren Varga, 62, of Franklin Township, bought the rug and traveled across state lines to the Keystone State to receive it,...
  • Devils collapse late in ugly loss to Senators

  • Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored a hat track, including the game-winning goal with 2:01 to play, and the Ottawa Senators rallied in the third period to beat the New Jersey Devils 4-2 on Wednesday night at Prudential Center. Mark Borowiechi tied the game with 6:30 to go in regulation, and Pageau got the game-winner when he put...
  • New Jersey announces plan to address Toms River wild turkeys

  • New Jersey has announced a plan to remove some of the aggressive wild turkeys that have been wreaking havoc in one of its communities. The state Department of Environmental Protection will trap flocks of turkeys from Toms River and relocate them to an unspecified location, the agency said in a statement. The move comes amid...

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