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TJ's Cafe brings soul food to Cliffside Park

A unique addition to Cliffside Park's dining scene: soul food

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River Dell superintendent highlights district's testing improvements

Superintendent of Schools Patrick Fletcher gave his annual testing report at a recent Board of Education meeting.

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Fugitive who severely beat mother-in-law captured in Bronx, police say

Mary Tene, 54, left the 82-year-old woman with head trauma and knocked out several of her teeth, authorities said

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Former Bergen Democratic chair Joseph Ferriero pleads not guilty to corruption charges

Ferriero also is accused of paying kickbacks to gain municipal contracts for a consulting company he owned.

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Former Bergen County Democratic leader Ferriero pleads not guilty in racketeering scheme

Joseph A. Ferriero on Monday formally denied charges that he engaged in a series of bribery, kickback and shakedown schemes during his decade-long tenure as chairman of Bergen County’s Democratic Party.

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Jets, Giants request to dismiss American Dream lawsuit rejected by judge

Superior Court Judge Peter Doyne on Monday denied the Giants/Jets motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by American Dream Meadowlands. In the 18-page ruling, Doyne notes that last month he denied the developers’ motion to dismiss the teams’ lawsuit as well.

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Lonegan and Booker trade barbs over tax reform and gay marriage

Lenegan called Booker's package of tax refroms a $1.4 trillion tax hike, while Booker accused Lonegan of having a double standard on freedom.

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Air gets dirtier as economy revives

After three consecutive years of decline, air pollution from industrial facilities rose slightly in Bergen County last year as an improving economy generated more demand for products made by local factories.

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Bergen County Jewish institutions receive $500,000 in Homeland Security grants

The institutions plan to spend the money on anti-bullet, anti-blast film on ground floor windows, enhanced security camera systems, upgraded alarms, fences, security training and large concrete planters

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Fort Lee Council candidates differ on visions of development stand on their record


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