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Port Authority spending $5.5 million on planning firm

How should the already cramped and outdated Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan look 50 years from now? The Port Authority will pay consultants $5.5 million to answer that question, the agency said Thursday.

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Safety reminder put on display for River Dell students

Administrators and PTO members set up a temporary safety display on school grounds in June.

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Deadline is Sunday for post-Sandy grant applications

Hurricane Sandy victims can apply for two grants targeted for homeowners that divide $780 million.

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Does your home still have Sandy damage inside? Share your photos with us

NJ.com is looking for photos of the damage from Sandy you are still cleaning up.

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James Gandolfini funeral: family, friends and fans celebrate actor's life at touching service

The 90-minute funeral service is being led by the Very Rev. Dr. James A. Kowalski, Dean, The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine

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'Sopranos' cast members, family, fans remember Gandolfini at funeral

Mourners at the church, which was filled to capacity, included: “Sopranos” creator David Chase; Governor Christie; actors Alec Baldwin Steve Carell, Julianna Margulies, Chris Noth and Marcia Gay Harden; Jets owner Woody Johnson; Paramount CEO and chairman Brad Grey; and nearly the entire cast of the HBO show that vaulted Gandolfini to stardom.

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Wayne teenager fatally shot hours after graduating, report says

Wayne Valley football player killed in apparent robbery in Paterson

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Bergen County sees fastest wage growth in state, but employment stagnates

The data show weekly wages rose 6.2 percent from fourth quarter 2011 to fourth quarter 2012, to $1,272 a week

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How towns are celebrating the Fourth of July

Some are offering fireworks shows, while others are having parades and festivals

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Sandy assistance group holding events for Bergen County residents

The main organization helping Bergen County residents affected by Superstorm Sandy has put together a series of events in the coming weeks to help those in need of assistance.

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