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Bergen judge's comedy sideshow no laughing matter: Editorial

Judges must avoid even the appearance of impropriety, and Vince Sicari’s showbiz persona might leave a bad impression.

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Lack of funds delays Super Bowl art project

Newark is close to fumbling its Super Bowl-themed public art project. In April, the Newark Arts Council and the Greater Newark Convention and Visitors Bureau announced a public art project that would fill Newark and Elizabeth with 22 5-foot fiberglass...

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Blood drive being held at MetLife Stadium

The superbowl host committee is sponsoring a mega blood drive on Oct 1 and donors will have a chance to win two tickets to the big game

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Bergen political parties compete for credit in police merger fight

Democrats' sudden announcement of police merger plan riles Republican colleagues, who say the Dems are late to the issue

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Bergen County residents charged in $100M alternative energy tax scam

Joseph Furando and Katirina Tracy are each high-ranking executives at Park-Ridge based renewable energy companies

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Unannounced traffic study results in Fort Lee congestion

FORT LEE - An unannounced Port Author¬ity traffic study that reduced east¬bound traffic to one toll booth on the George Washington Bridge clogged Fort Lee streets for hours last week.

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Final push for funds


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Rowe sworn in as Leonia Chief of Police

LEONIA — Police Lt. Thomas Rowe became the new Chief of the Leonia Police Department at the Sept. 16 council meeting, where he was sworn into office with his family in attendance.

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N.J. POW: How a Jewish American soldier was saved by a German doctor during WWII

WWII veteran Bob Levine will be honored Friday as part of National POW/MIA Recognition Day.

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Senator: 'No way' to revive vetoed bill

Property owners along the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway counting on the resurrection of a vetoed bill that would allow them to apply to the Shore Protection Fund for post-Hurricane Sandy recovery aid will have to pin their hopes on something else.

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