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A Saturday afternoon in Rutherford

A rainy afternoon in Rutherford, NJ on Saturday January 05, 2019.
       

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Tracing his roots: Fair Lawn man makes family tree his life's work

Joe Tarakjian used the excuse of genealogical research to gather together dozens of family members for one big dinner
       

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Garage fire quickly extinguished in Englewood

An Englewood fire was brought under control within 15 minutes and fully extinguished in under 30 minutes on Saturday.
       

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No apparent laws against slaughter of pregnant livestock after cow escapes on Rt. 80

Federal codes forbid the slaughter of disabled or sick animals for food, but experts say there is no such prohibition for pregnant livestock.
       

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Governor Phil Murphy visit Dumont meeting

The Dumont reorganization meeting on Saturday January 05, 2019 with Gov. Phil Murphy in attendance.
       

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Governor Phil Murphy and Congressman Josh Gottheimer visit Dumont meeting

The Dumont reorganization meeting on Saturday January 05, 2019 with Gov. Phil Murphy and Congressman Josh Gottheimer in attendance.
       

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Democrats take control of Bogota Council for first time since 2014

Democrats Connie Carpenter and Robert Robbins were sworn into three-year terms on the council on Thursday night.
       

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Elmwood Park police chief is now also borough administrator

Michael Foligno will be paid $25,000 to also take on the role of borough administrator in addition to making $200,000 plus as police chief.
       

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Woodcliff Lake sergeant sues borough and retiring chief

A Woodcliff Lake police sergeant is alleging that former Police Chief Anthony Jannicelli 'harbored animosity' toward him
       

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Mahwah's administrator returns as township attorney

Brian Campion, who served in multiple posts from 1989 to 2016, was one of 38 appointments made during the annual January business session.
       

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