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Police: Fort Lee Man High on PCP Screamed Racial Slurs at Cops

Thomas E. Nash. Credit: PIP Police
A Fort Lee man, high on PCP, led Palisades Interstate Parkway Police on a two-mile chase before injuring an officer and yelling racial slurs, police said Monday. Thomas E. Nash, 43, was driving a 1965 Ford Pickup northbound along the Parkway

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Lawmaker demands answers to GWB closure mystery at Port Authority meeting

State senator from Bergen County goes to Port Authority committee meeting expecting to address the closure issue, only to be told she wasn't allowed to speak.

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Tornado watch issued for NJ

Forecasters say a strong cold front will move across the region this afternoon and evening. There's also a chance for scattered thunderstorms.

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Police: Fort Lee man high on PCP led cops on chase, screamed racial epithets

A Fort Lee man, allegedly high on PCP, led Palisades Interstate Parkway Police on a two-mile chase, injuring an officer while resisting arrest and screaming racial epithets, police said.

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NY state expands probe into $10 sale of name rights for 'World Trade Center'

New York is expanding its probe nationwide into the 1980s sale of the rights to the name "World Trade Center" to a nonprofit for $10, resulting in millions of dollars in fees for use of the name in 28 states, according to an official familiar with the investigation.

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Selective signs: Billboards around MetLife Stadium will be reserved for Super Bowl 2014 sponsors

Officials say the outdoor signs will go to official NFL sponsors during game week, to make sure that even advertisers don't get in without a ticket.

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Has haggling gotten too extreme at garage sales and flea markets?

Haggling about prices has long been part of conducting business. But lately, at garage sales and flea markets, it's gotten out of hand, some locals say. Why? Possibilities include money concerns (“I don’t know if it’s still the economy, but people are just so conscious of every little penny,” Dave Novak says), a general decline in manners and the influence of television shows like the History channel’s “Pawn Stars.”

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'Real Housewives of New Jersey' reunion recap, part 1: 'Kind of yucky'

On her indictment, Teresa Giudice says, "What happened to me could happen to anyone."

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Across North Jersey, shoppers answer call for food drive

Not everyone had a lot to give, but thousands of shoppers throughout North Jersey contributed to the annual Action Against Hunger Food Drive, dropping off canned goods, pasta and cereal on the way out of supermarkets on Sunday.

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Weinberg Plans to Question Port Authority About GWB Lane Closures

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State Sen. Loretta Weinberg plans to attend a public meeting of the Port Authority’s Ethics and Governance Committee Monday in an effort to find out why Fort Lee officials were not alerted before

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