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Can you feed a family of 4 healthy food for $126 a week?

The Record asked Stacey Antine to feed a family of four for a week on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as food stamps) average of $4.50 per day per person without straying from her mission of healthy eating.

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Road Warrior: When the rioad is the teacher the streets

Back in 1999, a man I know disregarded Gov. Christine Todd Whitman's warning to stay off the road during Tropical Storm Floyd, and he ended up experiencing one of the worst and wettest nights of his life.

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New Jerseyans weighing the options in health care hunt

They are the people who wait an extra day before going to the doctor, hoping they will feel better because they can’t afford the visit. Most get lucky and stay healthy, but some get sick and end up in emergency rooms and on taxpayer-funded charity care.There are 42 million uninsured people in the U.S., including 900,000 in New Jersey.

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Ridgefeld Park's Bolero Snort Brewery contributes recipe to American Craft Beer Cookbook

A vast array of craft beers are being made across the country, alongside serious food.

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Lower level of George Washington Bridge closed to traffic for night safety drill

The lower level of the George Washington Bridge will close to all traffic Saturday night and Sunday morning due to a safety drill.

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Bloomsbury native and Bergen resident Jen Ponton makes her off-Broadway debut

'How to Make Friends and then Kill Them' opens Nov. 7, 2013

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Stink bug season arrives in New Jersey, but census stifled by government shutdown

The good news is that when stink bugs get into your home, all they want to do is hibernate. They don’t breed or feed during this time. And they don’t carry diseases harmful to humans.

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Englewood Cliffs man heads Korean celebration today in N.Y.C. of Korean culture set for today

Englewood Cliffs resident Sung Min, 59, will join hundreds of participants in Saturday's Korean Parade and Festival in New York as president of the Korean American Association of Greater New York, the annual event's organizer.

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Emails tracked NJ Transit's plan for rail fleet during Superstorm Sandy

The day before Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, more than a dozen NJ Transit workers — from yardmasters to the top executive — shared emails describing where and how the agency’s rail fleet was being moved to shelter it from the storm.

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From the Archives: Cutting a Rug in Fort Lee

Bill Miller's Riviera Rug on display at the Fort Lee Museum / photo courtesy of the Fort Lee Historical Society
The Fort Lee Museum rolled out our current exhibit “A Night at Fort Lee’s Riviera Nightclub” a few weeks ago.  This exhibit, which runs through February 2nd, is a must see.  The Riviera Nightclub closed forever after the 1953 New Year’s Eve show. 

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