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Nutley driver, involved in Clifton fatality, also dies

The Nutley driver, who was involved in a Route 3 fatality on May 26, has also died from her injuries, according to Clifton Police Sgt. Robert Bracken.

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Elizabeth man suspected in string of burglaries across Essex, Bergen and Hudson counties

Police named Rouland a suspect in apartment burglaries in Millburn, South Orange, Montclair, Maplewood, and Kearny

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Making it here: N.J.-based 'reshoring' website looks to bring manufacturing back to U.S.

Fabricating.com is an online application that matches companies that need custom-made parts with qualified suppliers

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Wayne Valley senior receives Acquaviva memoiral scholarship


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Delays over pay findings irk residents


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Rutherford school business exec to replace Fort Lee district official on maternity leave to fill interim post in Fort Lee


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Access to lifesaving device a concern for some towns

Defibrillators are rapidly being acquired for public places, including athletic fields. The problem: The lifesaving devices cost anywhere from $850 to $3,000, and if they’re openly accessible, they could be stolen or vandalized.

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Two more companies agree to help pay for Passaic River pollution cleanup

Two international companies have agreed to pay at least $130 million toward cleaning the lower Passaic River to settle a lawsuit, clearing the way for the state to pursue a remaining defendant ruled liable for dumping a byproduct of Agent Orange into the river, state authorities said Tuesday.

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N.J. to dole out post-Sandy grants to homeowners starting next month

Joan Greer, director of operations for the state Department of Community Affairs' "reNew Jersey Stronger" grant initiative, leads a tour of a grant applications center in Freehold today. Eugene Paik/The Star-Ledger  FREEHOLD — In a few weeks, money should start...

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