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New Jersey hospitals get high grades for patient safety, report says

Out of New Jersey’s 68 hospitals, 31 received an A grade in the spring 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades report.
       

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Pallotta is latest GOP challenger to take on Gottheimer in CD5

Frank Pallotta, who hopes for a chance to unseat Rep. Josh Gottheimer, was involved in the effort to recall the former township mayor.
       

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Eric LeGrand, the Rutgers football player paralyzed, talks to middle school students

Eric LeGrand, the Rutgers football player paralyzed, talks to middle school students.
       

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One year after Paramus bus crash, 11-year-old survivor mourns her friend, won't ride a bus

Families with children aboard the bus formed an unbreakable bond, one parent said, because these parents faced an uphill battle few would understand.
       

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Chick-fil-A, Taco Bell coming to proposed Stop & Shop renovation in Paramus

A proposal to renovate a Stop & Shop on Route 17  in Paramus will also bring a new Taco Bell, Applebee’s and Chick-fil-A.
       

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One year after the Paramus school bus crash

Nick Matahen talks about the year since the Paramus bus crash. Matahen's daughter Zaina was on the bus and her best friend Miranda Vargas died in the crash.
       

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Ramsey man and his guard dog who reportedly stopped attempted burglar

Mark Slepian says his dog Enzo stopped an attempted burglar from breaking into his house May 14, 2019.
       

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New Elmwood Park mayor sworn in; Republican primary heats up

Frank Caramagna's replacement will serve as acting mayor until the end of 2019.
       

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Police: Man called bus passenger a terrorist, blamed him for 9/11 attacks

Police are searching for a man who allegedly called another man a terrorist responsible for the Sept. 11 attacks, blamed him for killing his father and then brandished a boxcutter, cutting the victim's backpack.
       

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Hackensack man who allegedly called bus passenger a terrorist arrested

Paramus Police arrested a Hackensack man who allegedly called a man a terrorist, blamed him for the 9-11 attacks and then swiped at him with a boxcutter
       

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