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Matthew HIntze named next Fort Lee police chief

Matthew Hintze becomes the 11th police chief in Fort Lee's history May 9, 2019.
       

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Matthew Hintze named next Fort Lee police chief for his hometown department

Matthew Hintze was sworn in Thursday as Fort Lee's next police chief. He takes over for Police Chief Keith Bendul, ending a nearly 30-year career.
       

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Police identify North Arlington man accused of throwing kitchen knives at cops

Police identified the North Arlington man accused of throwing knives at police, prompting a SWAT team response on Tuesday
       

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Emmy-winning producer from Hillsdale, Gary Lang, dies at 53

Emmy-winning producer from Hillsdale, Gary Lang, dies at 53.
       

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Revised flight path for Teterboro Airport planes delayed

Hackensack officials are protesting the FAA's decision to delay an anticipated change to the flight path of planes landing at Teterboro Airport.
       

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Immaculate Conception softball advances in Bergen County tournament

Third-seeded Immaculate Conception moved into the county softball quarterfinals with a 3-0 victory over 19th-seeded River Dell on May 6 in Lodi.
       

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Little Ferry mother charged in newborn's death attempted suicide in police custody

Hiralbahen Bhavsar, 29, pleaded not guilty in a Hackensack courtroom while facing murder charges in the death of her infant daughter in Little Ferry.
       

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Garfield City Council makes $65,000 in cuts to failed school budget

City officials opted to cut $65,000 from the district’s $106.97 million spending plan, while lamenting low voter turnout.
       

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Franklin Lakes school board dismisses member for missing meetings, cites possible conflict

Franklin Lakes Board of Education dismisses member over attendance, seeks ruling on conflict of interest.
       

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Emmy-winning producer Gary Lang, from North Jersey, dies at 53

Gary Lang, who won 17 Emmy Awards, was a 1983 graduate of Pascack Valley High School.
       

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