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Ridgefield Park High School leaders on the field set goals, expectations

Three more distinguished members of the Ridgefield Park High School community are recognized.

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Cliffside Park schools week-long activities to 'reflect upon respect'

The Cliffside Park Public School District and schools across New Jersey will begin their third annual Week of Respect on Oct. 7.

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German-owned grocery Aldi continues growth in Bergen County

Aldi opened its second Bergen County store

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3 N.J. men win Carnegie Medals for heroism

The medal is given throughout the United States and Canada to people who risk their lives to save others. Each person honored receives a financial grant from the Pittsburgh-based fund

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Bergen, Passaic superintendent bonus plans rejected by state

Local school boards had approved the bonus plans months ago

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Northern Highlands officials pleased with HSPA results

NORTHERN HIGHLANDS €” The school board reviewed the district's state testing results.

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Council adopts $1.5 mil auto-trash ordinance

$1.43 million in bonds and notes would cover most of the purchase of three garbage trucks with metal claws to pick up trash containers as well as the retrofitting of two older trucks with the same technology.

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Pascack Pioneers thank BMW


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Bergen freeholders advance plan to merge county PD, sheriff's office

The board voted six to one in favor of the latest merger proposal, setting up an Oct. 16 hearing that would see it voted into law.

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Email shows Port Authority chief opposed closing of traffic lanes leading to George Washington Bridge last month

The head of the Port Authority said in a scathing email made public Wednesday that closing two lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge for four days last month, which created massive traffic jams, may have violated federal laws, and he wants to know why it was done.

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