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Fort Lee District will close schools for November election, citing security concerns

In response to security concerns, the school board has decided to cancel classes on Election Day in November, when three of its elementary campuses will be used as polling places.

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Friends remember Bloomfield man, 21, found dead along Hudson River

Friends called Nycal Velasquez "an amazing person" and recalled his infectious smile

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Advocacy group to call for national investigation of Newark Archbishop John J. Myers

The New Jersey director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests today will call for an investigation of Newark Archbishop John J. Myers

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Palisades Interstate Park still fixing Sandy damage

Palisades Interstate Park is gearing up for a new season of visitors and boaters even as the recreation facility, which was heavily damaged in superstorm Sandy, remains scarred and under repair.

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DePiero's farm in Montvalle rezoned to make way for a Wegman's

After roughly three hours of passionate pleas from the public, the council voted to rezone DePiero's farm — paving the way for a development application that could bring 240,000 square feet of retail to the pristine 89-year-old farm.

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Newark archbishop, Monmouth County pastor face new calls for resignation in priest scandal

Newark Archbishop John J. Myers faces new calls for his resignation over his handling of the Rev. Michael Fugee, who admitted to groping a teenage boy in 2001

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Coalition for loosening pay-to-play fraying

An ordinance that would substantially loosen pay-to-play restrictions in Bergen County — introduced just two weeks ago by a bipartisan and potentially veto-proof majority of six freeholders — now may not even come to a vote at tonight's board meeting.

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Eagles on the Overpeck: Symbols of our nation, nesting on a toxic waste site, face uncertain future

Bald eagles threatened after building their nest on a brownfield being developed into retail and hotel development

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Road Warrior: Are cops work-zone baby-sitters? a work zone is anything but simple


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Hospital's numbers challenged


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