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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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Bankruptcy case continues for Assemblyman Robert Schroeder

Bankruptcy proceedings against embattled Assemblyman Robert Schroeder will continue this week, after a federal judge Monday denied a motion to dismiss the case.

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Missing Bedminster hiker found alive and safe, police say

Roger Temple, 44, a British man who lives in The Hills section of Bedminster, had last been seen at his home on June 19, and last heard from via text message June 20.

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Rosh Hashana to delay start of school year in some N.J. districts

The state Education Department allows absences for almost 130 holidays in the 2013-14 school year. That's almost triple the number that was accepted in the 1990s.

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Temp superintendent for the Riverdale BOE is in place with interim superintendent

The Riverdale Board of Education has begun transitioning at the administrative level. At a special meeting held Aug. 7, the board approved the hire of Dr. William DeFabiis as interim superintendent.

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Bloomingdale doesn't balk-balk at chicken law

A proposal to allow residents to have chickens on their properties did not lay an egg with the Borough Council.

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Early Rosh Hashana means late school openings in North Jersey

Students in most North Jersey school districts will get their first break before they’ve even cracked a textbook. That’s because many districts are pushing back the first day of school to honor Rosh Hashana, which this year begins the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 4, potentially interrupting the traditional first week of classes kicked off by Labor Day two days before.

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