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Rutherford attorney sentenced for federal tax evasion

A disbarred local attorney and tax preparer was sentenced to 36 months in prison for filing false returns, costing the government almost $1.2 million in losses, federal authorities announced.

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Englewood students are taking active role in teaching peers about sexual health

ENGLEWOOD €” Students are learning to teach their fellow classmates to make smart choices in regards to their sexual health, through a peer education program that recently began at Dwight Morrow High School called “Teen PEP.”

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Lung cancer presentation


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Woman's Club hosts tomato and herb sale in Ramsey


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Little Ferry won't boost levy cap for school programs


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Water system on Allendale agenda


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Ho-Ho-Kus budget plan doesn't increase taxes


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It will be the party of the centuries


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Cuts at Bergen Regional Medical Center leave patients scrambling for care

Cutbacks in outpatient clinic hours at Bergen Regional Medical Center, long considered the safety net for Bergen County’s poor and uninsured, are forcing some patients to wait months for an appointment or to travel to a state-run hospital in Newark for medical attention, doctors and patients say.

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Judge tosses claims leveled against Bergen Prosecutor’s Office

The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office is no longer a defendant in a federal lawsuit lodged by a slain mobster’s family alleging investigators stole his money and leaked his identity as an informant before he was killed.

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