AP-NJ--New Jersey News Coverage Advisory, NJ
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POLISH MEMORIAL REMOVAL
JERSEY CITY — Voters in a New Jersey community will decide whether a statue honoring Polish World War II victims will be relocated. Jersey City’s governing body had been due to vote Wednesday on whether to repeal their decision to move The Katyn Memorial. But it failed after five of the nine City Council members abstained, meaning the measure didn’t get the five votes it needed to pass, so a special election will be held later this year.
— ROBBERS DRESSED AS NUNS — A New Jersey woman is headed to prison for her role in a monthlong crime spree across two states, including an attempted bank robbery in Pennsylvania where she and another woman dressed as nuns.
— RADIO HOST KILLED — A jury has been picked for the murder trial of a man charged in the killing of a New Jersey radio show host slain in an alleged plot to prevent her from exposing a drug ring.
— BIKE STUNTS — Police in New Jersey are cracking down on teen bicyclists who weave in and out of traffic.
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