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Villanova student from New Jersey found dead in dorm room

Kinara Patel, 18, was found dead Thursday morning. Officials said there were no signs of foul play.

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Road Warrior: Less driving suggests big change in driving could cost highways


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Breast cancer foundation exec left deep impact

Lori Jasperse Redmer’s eight months as executive director of the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation may have been short, but her impact was far-reaching.

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Restaurant review: Central Kitchen in Englewood Cliffs

The futuristic building that replaced the Royal Cliffs Diner has a familiar feeling inside.

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Pucker up for some end of summer sweetness

Recipe for Blueberry Cobbler and Homemade Lemon Ice Cream

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Fort Lee Police among the first in county to pursue Tasers

Fort Lee €“ New Jersey may have been the last state to legalize the use of stun guns in 2007, but Fort Lee will be among the first Bergen County municipalities to get them into the hands of its police officers.

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Fort Lee Police continue search for hit-and-run driver

Fort Lee €“ Police are continuing to search for leads on a hit-and-run accident on Aug. 21 that left a 35-year-old woman Fort Lee woman hospitalized with serious injuries.

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Frank Calabria selected as interim Fort Lee HS principal

Fort Lee €“ Two months after forcibly removing former principal Priscilla Church from Fort Lee High School after three years at the helm, the Board of Education on Aug. 26 approved her temporary replacement.

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Christie refuses bill allowing shore funds be used for Edgewater waterfront

Edgewater €“ By refusing to sign a bill that would have allowed property owners responsible for the upkeep of the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway to dip into the Shore Protection Fund, Governor Christie on Aug. 19 dashed the hopes of many in Edgewater who had fought for years to bring the measure to Trenton.

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Lonegan: Solve Syrian conflict with peace, not missiles

Senate challenger Booker also opposes unleashing missiles on conflict-torn Syria

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