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Opposing side in drug debate


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Attack on Kenya mall leaves North Jersey shoppers mostly unfazed

Mall shoppers in suburban New Jersey offered subdued reactions Saturday to news of an al-Qaida assault on a mall in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Road Warrior: Red light indignities no cause for panic


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Smaller is sometimes better

North Jersey home owners downsize to save money

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Fort Lee teens miss skate park

The borough dismantled its skateboard park two years ago because of noise complaints and many skaters' refusal to wear helmets.

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Fort Lee teens miss skate park


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Analysis: Veto has become Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan's weapon of choice

Since taking office in January 2011, Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan has used her veto 27 times to reverse, change or block actions by other parts of county government that she said she believed were contrary to the interest of the taxpayer.

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Release the hounds: Bergen County opens newest dog park (photos)

The newest dog run in Bergen County opened Saturday in Van Saun Park

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Bergen County Democratic Freeholder candidates call for investigation into George Washington Bridge lane closures

Closing the lanes clogged local roads and delayed school buses on the first day of school

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New Jersey towns boast some of the fastest internet speeds: See how fast your town is

The national average speed is a passable 18.2 megabytes per second. Data in Millington, though, flows at 41.59 Mbps. In Randolph, 38.88 Mbps.

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