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WCLEF approves grants


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Lyndhurst: Police Blotter, April 25 burglary/theft Simple assault narcotics

A compilation of recent police activity.

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Englewood administrators grapple with high school's focus designation

ENGLEWOOD €“ While Dwight Morrow High School has once again received the label of focus school, school administrators are taking steps to reduce the achievement gap between students going forward.

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School to raise funds for auditorium

Residents of all ages are pooling their efforts and artistic talents to put on a series of exhibitions, performances and activities to celebrate the arts and upgrade Lyndhurst High School’s auditorium. The fundraising weekend will be held May 17 through May 19.

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Confrontations with mentally ill residents pose dilemma for North Jersey police

Four dangerous encounters in recent months, four shootings by police, leave lots of questions, not only for the grand juries that will decide whether deadly force was justified in each of these cases, but for the policymakers who must deal with an increasing number of violent incidents involving mentally ill people.

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Bergen County residents tell regional planning group: 'We want better transit'

Together North Jersey held a public workshop for Bergen County residents Wednesday night at Bergen Community College

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Hard Rock buys stake in Meadowlands Racetrack

Financial terms of agreement not disclosed

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Fairleigh Dickinson University hires men's basketball coach

North Bergen native Greg Herenda is the new men’s basketball coach at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

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As Bergen Democrats celebrated on election night, contractors picked up the tab

The $10,033.54 bill for the celebration was paid by a political action committee financed mainly by contractors with business in Bergen County, an analysis shows

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Poll: N.J. residents split on using federal Sandy relief funds for buyouts

The poll, conducted by the Eagleton Institute of Policy at Rutgers University, found that 43 percent of New Jersey residents surveyed would rather buy out Sandy-damaged homes and leave them as open space

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