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From Delran to London, Gold Medalist Carli Lloyd Shines on the Biggest Stage

8-22-12
In one of the most dramatic moments of the Olympics and in U.S. women's soccer, Carli Lloyd scored two decisive goals in the championship game which she described as the proudest and most exciting moment in her life.
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Former Giants RB Rodney Hampton Gives Back with Hamp’s Camp

7-11-12
The former New York Giants' running back founded Hamp's Camp to teach kids the fundamentals of football and life.
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Operation Shoebox NJ Sends Care Packages to Troops Overseas

7-4-12
Founder Rod Hirsch says the inspiration for Operation Shoebox came from an Eagle Scout project he did decades ago.
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London Bound Olympian Looks Back on Extraordinary Soccer Career

6-29-12
U.S. women’s soccer captain and Manasquan native, Christie Rampone, is preparing to make her final bow at this summer’s Olympic Games in London.
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Newly Crowned Miss New Jersey Calls Win ‘Surreal’

6-20-12
Miss New Jersey 2012 Lindsey Petrosh, a 23-year-old from Egg Harbor City, is proud to represent the Garden State for the year and promote volunteering.
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Paralympian Returns to Athletic Club for Disabled Youth

5-31-12
Jessica Galli, a three-time Paralympian, returned to Children's Lightning Wheels where she first began wheelchair racing.
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Golden Gate Bridge: A Roebling Legacy Turns 75

5-24-12
The Jersey connection to what has often been called the most beautiful suspension bridge in the world is owed to the Trenton-based Roebling Company which revolutionized bridge building.
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Booker Rescue Attracts International Media Attention

4-13-12
Newark Mayor Cory Booker pulled a neighbor from her burning home Thursday night.
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An Enduring Fascination with Titanic and its People

4-12-12
The public's fascination with the ill-fated luxury liner has stood the test of time -- 100 years and counting.
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Human Rights Specialist Says Syria’s Most Brilliant Minds Are Being Killed

3-29-12
Rutgers Professor Mohamed Alsiadi says innocent Syrians are being killed every day and the country needs help from the United States.