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Medieval Times knights help work on affordable housing

Performers from the dinner theater in Lyndhurst helped put the finishing touches on units in Washington Township for veterans and seniors.
       

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Englewood Cliffs residents eye recall election of two council members

Separate petitions to potentially sponsor recall elections for Gloria Oh and Ed Aversa were filed last week.
       

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Mahwah to seek new bids on cell tower as residents protest delay

The newest delay touched off a storm of protest among residents who have battled for years for reliable cellphone reception in a 2-mile dead zone.
       

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NJ weather: Storms flood North Jersey on second day

Severe flooding caused road closures throughout North Jersey even as residents were still cleaning up from Monday's hail and thunderstorms.
       

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New Milford looking at ban on single-use plastic bags

The ban, once enacted, would allow affected business owners one year to comply or face possible fines.
       

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$5 million scratch-off lottery ticket sold in Franklin Lakes

The ticket was the highest-paying scratch-off in the state in May, and it was the grand prize of the $5 million Lucky 7s game.
       

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Four arrested in Bergen County robbery spree, targeting Rolex watches

Three men and one juvenile were charged with robberies throughout Bergen County.
       

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Power outages hit Bergen and Morris; 'dime-sized' hail in Oakland during thunderstorms

The National Weather Service put a severe thunderstorm watch into effect in all 21 New Jersey counties.
       

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Saving a run-down historic home may cost Ridgewood more than expected

Preserving the village-owned Zabriskie-Schedler House may cost upward of $1 million.
       

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Bergen's new Democratic chief eyes GOP-held Assembly seats, wants to build on successes

Newly chosen leader Paul Juliano said he hopes the party can expand on its recent successes.
       

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