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Bergen family has 30 days to resolve treehouse dispute

The family's attorney on Thursday told the judge the family has filed an application seeking a permit and acquired insurance for the treehouse.

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Fewer accidental deaths on N.J. railroad tracks following prevention efforts

Accidental deaths plummet, but suicides on tracks remain unchanged

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State health officials announce $4.5 million in grants for autism research get $4.5M in grants

State health officials announced $4.5 million in grants to be used for autism research and services

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Road Warrior: Will stiffer penalties stem cellphone violations? will cut drivers' cellphone use


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Eating Out on $50: Flames Rotisseria in Ridgefield Park

Find hearty Peruvian fare served in generous portions at Flames.

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Ridgefield cortroom woes force sessions in Cliffside Park

After weeks of being forced to keep the Ridgefield municipal courtroom closed because parts of the ceiling fell and because of potential asbestos contamination, officials announced Thursday that court will be held in Cliffside Park on two days next month.

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Dispute brewing as Leonia Fire Department reopens

LEONIA €” The borough reopened its volunteer Fire Department to members only on June 20, putting an end to the all-out shutdown local officials ordered after an 18-year-old who frequented the firehouse was arrested on sexual assault charges two weeks ago.

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Third teen sues Fort lee Police Department

A third teenager has sued Fort Lee and its police department, claiming officers violated his civil rights when they left him and four other teenagers in a police van for 15 hours in March 2011 in freezing temperatures with no food and water.

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Former Fort Lee firefighter charged in infant son's death

A former Fort Lee firefighter surrendered to police June 18 after authorities determined his 10-week-old son died last year of a head injury and not of sudden infant death syndrome as the man had initially claimed.

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Fort Lee officers recognized for efforts against drunk driving

Three “road angels” from the Fort Lee Police Department, who collectively made 60 arrests for drunken driving last year, received commendation for their efforts from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) New Jersey on June 6.

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