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Federal officials say Sandy victims must rebuild to FEMA's new heights

Shaun Donovan, who heads the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said in Kearny today that the new standard was a "common sense" move that aligns the federal government with New Jersey

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Freeholders criticize BCC for hiring outside PR firm; firm head says work will be pro bono

PR firm head connected to Republican County Executive, causing criticism from Democrats on the board

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Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission hires new employees to help with ongoing Sandy recovery

The hires were made in partnership with the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice

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RHONJ filming delays opening of Chris and Albie Manzo's Little Town NJ restaurant

The grand opening of the restaurant co-owned by reality TV stars, Albie and Chris Manzo of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" has been delayed until April 17, officials say.

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Local Beat: Top political stories from N.J.'s local websites

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SWAT team overhaul causing police turf war in Bergen County

County executive, prosecutor at odds over plan for regional SWAT team

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Police: Bergen County bus driver threatened rival with baseball bat

The two drivers worked for competing services that travel between Paterson and the George Washington Bridge, police said

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Passaic business owners charged with selling fake designer purses, accessories

Fake items were passed off as being made by designers such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Coach, authorities said

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2 N.J. men convicted on terror-related charges got in jail fight, possibly affecting sentences

How the jailhouse fight — and a host of other factors being argued in the run-up to the sentencing of Alessa and Almonte — affect the men’s prison sentences will be decided soon

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2 N.J. men who admitted to terror plot could face stiffer sentence after fight in jail

Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew Kogan indicated the government plans to use the incident to push for a harsher sentence, arguing they remain prone to violence

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