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Bergen County expects refinancing of debt to save $2.3 million

Bergen County officials said Monday that the refinancing of nearly $40.7 million in debt issued from 2004-05 to is expected to save about $2.3 million over the next seven years.

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Protect those plants, widespread chance of frost and freeze in N.J. tonight

Near-record cold temperatures are expected in New Jersey tonight.

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Rose Greenman

I came to this country from the Soviet Union and was able to take advantage of all the freedoms American offered.

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Kathleen Canestrino

For a long time I felt the frustration that many of you feel about our city — a belief that our elected officials are not listening to us and never will unless we make a change.

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Leonardo "Leo" Battaglia

I was very fortunate to come to America from Ecuador as a young man in 1968.

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Kenneth Martin

I represent the fifth generation of my family that has chosen to be a part of this great community.

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David E. Sims

I'm running for the Council because it has always been one of my dreams to help the people of the city that I love.

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Ramapo Indian Hills school board expected to approve long-term interim superintendent


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Truck strikes toll plaza on George Washington Bridge; heavy delays reported

The truck struck one of the toll plazas on the bridge's upper level, and 511nj.org is reporting heavy delays as of 11:43 a.m.

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Three NJ businesses to appear on new CNBC reality competition

The theme of the first episode is specialty foods

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