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Bergen residents can get rid of unwanted medicine Saturday

Bergen County residents can get rid of unwanted medicine Saturday (via NJ.com)

Star-Ledger file photo BERGEN COUNTY — Residents can get rid of unwanted or outdated medication Saturday. The Drug Enforcement Administration has scheduled another National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. The collection will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Residents can drop off medication at most local…

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Mike Tyson brings his one-man show to NJPAC from ring to stage

The show ” directed by Spike Lee and written by Tyson’s current wife Lakiha "Kiki" Spicer ” is about the life of Tyson, who plays himself but pretends that he is not. Some might consider the one-night appearance of the controversial figure to be something akin to a publicity stunt, a sideshow on the main stage. But NJPAC executive producer and vice president David Rodriguez says it has a legitimate place in the theater.

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Dozens sickened after N.J. girl uses pepper spray 'to impress friends' at baptism

The child's mother had given her the spray for protection

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Bergen County residents can get rid of unwanted medicine Saturday

The Drug Enforcement Administration has scheduled another National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

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Studies see far less from online betting than state predicts


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Girls lacrosse: Indian Hills 18, Ramapo 7


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Boys track: Indian Hills 77, Ramapo 61


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Girls track: Ramapo 100, Indian Hills 39


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Bergen County pay-to-play changes face Donovan's veto

Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan, hospitalized for a month for severe back problems, will return to her post in time to veto a pay-to-play ordinance that would “gut” a law aimed at curbing campaign contributions from no-bid contractors who do business with the county, her staff said Monday.

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Bergen Prosecutor: Disbarred Lincoln Park attorney stole $10,000 settlement from client

Police charged Rakesh J. Desai, 43, with theft by deception, misapplication of entrusted property and uttering a forged instrument

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