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Leonia resident's program will help groups find volunteers

Leonia resident Justin Zeigler, a freshman at Princeton University, won the school’s “Idea Farm” contest along with his partner Victoria Lin for the creation of the “Sum Of Good,” a volunteer coordination and platform program meant to assist non-profit organizations.

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Steakhouse to replace Blend in Ridgewood

Landlord estimates steakhouse will open next fall.

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Fort Lee is taking steps to adopt 2012-2013 goal and action plan, a year behind schedule

FORT LEE €” Aided by a change in district leadership earlier this month, Fort Lee is finally taking steps to adopt its goal and action plan for the 2012-2013 school year €“ almost a year behind schedule.

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Fort Lee to fight ‘inequitable’ utility to keep taxes low

FORT LEE €” Borough officials are enlisting the services of waste water management experts and legal professionals to fight an “inequitable” bill from the Bergen County Utilities Authority (BCUA), vowing to keep the fee’s impending impact on taxes as low as possible.

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Former Hackensack University Medical Center Chief Medical Officer remembered at dedication

HACKENSACK €” Dozens honored the memory of former Hackensack University Medical Center Chief Medical Officer Dr. Peter J. DeMauro in a dedication ceremony that took place within the hospital's John Theurer Cancer Center's Elizabeth

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Leonia resident's program will help groups find volunteers

Leonia resident Justin Zeigler, a freshman at Princeton University, won the school’s “Idea Farm” contest along with his partner Victoria Lin for the creation of the “Sum Of Good,” a volunteer coordination and platform program meant to assist non-profit organizations.

Read full article at NorthJersey.com


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Ridgewood officials hope lessons learned from social media incident

Amnesty period to delete nude photos ended Monday.

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Nutley veterinarian commended for Sandy help

The Nutley Board of Commissioners on Tuesday commended Dr. Louis J. Crupi for his efforts during Super Storm Sandy.

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Experts set to testify for village in Valley expansion hearings

Valley Hospital application hearings scheduled to begin April 2.

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Bergen County job fair attracts 3,000 job seekers

Every employer that had a table had to have real jobs to fill.

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