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To some students, college can be more than stressful

Getting adjusted to college life is stressful for everyone, but more so for those with mental or emotional health issues.

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Presentation in Fort Lee addresses storm, disaster preparation

Fort Lee - Almost a full year ago, the senior and disabled residents of the 19-story Mediterranean House gathered in the building's common room for warmth, hot meals and company as utility crews worked for nearly a week to restore power after Hurricane Sandy.

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Pair allegedly had $60,000 worth of cocaine in rental car

Fort Lee - A traffic stop on Route 4 led to the discovery of a pound of crack cocaine on Sept. 18, marking perhaps the largest find of crack cocaine in a single arrest in more than a decade according to the Drug Enforcement Agency.

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Pennsylvania man apprehended one month after alleged theft of Fort Lee police vehicle

Fort Lee - A Pennsylvania man wanted for the assault of several police officers and the theft of a Fort Lee police vehicle was taken into custody by authorities last week after more than a month on the run.

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Fort Lee candidates vying for council face off during debate

Attorney Meiron “Ron” Bar-Nadav called for bipartisanship on the all Democrat council during the debate during “Candidates Night” on Sept. 26.Two-term Councilman Jan Goldberg is seeking reelection.

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Freeholder candidates seek investigation into 'traffic Armageddon'

FORT LEE - A “traffic Armageddon” that locked the borough in morning gridlock for a week last month could be the subject of a state investigation - that is, if three candidates for the Bergen County Board of Freeholders have their way.

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For North Jersey college students, paid internships remain elusive

With the start of a new semester and the arguments against unpaid work growing, college career counselors and students, including those at North Jersey colleges, are minding that their internship programs go smoothly — and fairly.

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Tightened ‘pay-to-play’ law proves key issue in Bergen County freeholder candidates’ debate

All four Bergen County freeholder candidates said they would fight to bring back tighter restrictions on campaign contributions by no-bid contractors doing business with the county as they squared off Thursday at the first campaign forum of the season.

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Bergen Freeholders OK resolution on minimum-wage ballot question in party-line vote

By a 4-3 vote Wednesday, the board approved a resolution urging residents to vote yes on non-binding referendum on Nov. 5 that calls for raising the minimum wage by $1 to $8.25 per hour. Democratic freeholders David Ganz, Joan Voss, Steve Tanelli and Tracy Zur voted yes.

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Police Blotter: Twin-Boro News, Oct. 3

Police reports compiled by the Twin-Boro News for the week of Oct. 3.

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