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Back to School: Share your photos of the first day

Share your photos from the first day of school across New Jersey

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'Irrational' man locks himself in car, causes bomb scare on Rt. 46, police say

Police closed Route 46 and evacuated about 15 nearby homes

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College students choose taste over calories in dining halls

When a first-year college student reaches for a supersized cheeseburger instead of a salad and gains the dreaded "Freshman 15," who's to blame?

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Rescuers save New York man who fell 125 feet from Palisades Cliffs

The man had apparently walked east from a marked trail through 50 feet of brush and trees to reach the edge of the cliff

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Policies skirted on cop matters


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Ridgefield schools' new science labs ready to go


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'Real Housewives of New Jersey' recap: Zen, schmen

After Joe Gorga pitches yet another fit, the Gorgas and the Giudices vow to fight rumors together

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Pequannock awarded DEP grant

The Department of Environmental Protection is announcing the award of $570,000 in a series of grants to 26 municipalities across the state, including Pequannock, several residential associations, and one state university through the DEP's State Forestry Services Grant Program, Commissioner Bob Martin announced Thursday.

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Livestock permit fee approved in Bloomingdale

The adoption of an ordinance that establishes fees to obtain a livestock permit did not appear to ruffle any feathers.

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Billionaire Perelman-Cohen family feud returns to N.J. court

Ronald Perelman, one of the world’s richest men, and his daughter Samantha are going back to court once more — in a case that next week will transform a workaday Hackensack courtroom.

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