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Archbishop Myers said he knew nothing about alleged child abuse in Illinois while bishop there

The statements by Archbishop John J. Myers were part of a 2010 deposition released today in a settlement between the Diocese of Peoria and a man who says he was abused by Monsignor Thomas W. Maloney when he was 8 years old.

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Mold and paperwork: Bergen County's Sandy relief groups settle in for the long slog

The Volunteer Center of Bergen County, has been tasked with mobilizing disaster response in the county

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Unilever sells Wish-Bone for $580 million

Unilever, the Englewood Cliffs-based consumer products giant, said Monday that it has sold its Wish-Bone salad dressing brand to another New Jersey company — the second food line it has shed this year.

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Bergen County Historical Society plans wine festival to raise funds for museum

The Bergen County Historical Society is holding its first wine festival at New Bridge Landing Aug. 24

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AT THE MARKET: MO GREEN JUICE

Mo Green Juice sells juices such as arugula, broccoli and watercress.

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Illinois diocese to settle suit as Myers allegedly failed to stop pedophile while bishop there

A Catholic diocese in Illinois has agreed to pay $1.35 million to settle a lawsuit that claims John J. Myers, its former bishop and now the archbishop of Newark, failed to keep an alleged pedophile priest away from children.

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Church pays $1.35 million in suit alleging Newark archbishop protected abuser in Illinois

The Diocese of Peoria, Ill., will pay $1.35 million to settle a sex-abuse suit highly critical of Newark Archbishop John J. Myers, Peoria's former bishop

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Polls open at 6 a.m. for N.J. special election Senate primary

Polls for the special primary election for U.S. Senate will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday.

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Big data, small suburbs: N.J. towns look to govern by the numbers

Three Bergen County towns look to Web-based software to track performance of local services

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Missing Bedminster hiker reunites with friends, rests in hospital

Sacchi said that Temple had fallen victim, as so many others have, of being laid off in the pharmaceutical industry, "fighting for meager job openings in New Jersey and around the country."

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