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Milling and repaving to start on Bergen Boulevard this week

The project will level manholes with the road, lay down new striping and install image-detection cameras at some intersections to replace underground detectors

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Split verdict for ex-Ramsey police officer accused of molesting 6-year-old

Prosecutors said Kimmel fondled a 6-year-old girl in a relative's home in 2010

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Police: New York man hid $2,500 of cocaine in Pringles can

Police arrested Rasheed Jerimine on drug possession and distribution charges

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Water main break closes One Bergen County Plaza

County officials said they expect business to resume by noon.

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Grassroots group wants Bergen County Blue Laws on November ballot

Modernize Bergen County plans to collect 2,500 signatures from registered voters in Bergen County by June 30 to put the Blue Laws on the November ballot

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Ask the Experts

Q: I’m looking at expanding my business via bank financing. Are all banks the same? What should I look for in a bank?

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N.J. group homes offer care and community for the severely disabled

Residents of group homes who require intensive, round-the-clock care pose the greatest challenge to the state as it moves forward with its plan to transfer residents from public institutions to privately run group homes and other community-based care providers.

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Cuts to Head Start programs expected to affect N.J. families as well as kids Bracing for cutbacks


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WrestleMania fans and stars say MetLife Stadium passes pre-Super Bowl test

The sold-out WrestleMania 29 at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, with more than 70,000 fans in attendance, was widely viewed as a dress rehearsal for that other Super Bowl, the one put on by the National Football League, which will make its North Jersey debut next February.

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Fixer-uppers can be a home buyer's best friend

Fixer-uppers are a longstanding fixture in the housing market and Bergen County is no exception. Some buyers plan to do most or some of the work themselves. Others come shopping with their contractors in tow. Some real estate agents say there are still a decent number of fixer-uppers on the market now because of the lingering effects of the recession and the housing bust.

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