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Fireworks spark traffic in borough

Fireworks spark traffic in Cliffside Park

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Bergen County leads state in deaths of older pedestrians, report finds

Per capita, Bergen County had the fourth-highest fatality rate for older pedestrians in the state, behind Hudson, Passaic and Essex counties

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Woman Struck by Motorist Was Vocal Disability Advocate

Barbara Lebow, a vocal advocate for ADA compliance in the borough, was was struck by a car Monday. / Fort Lee Patch file photo

The disabled Fort Lee woman seriously injured when she was hit by a car Monday was an ardent advocate for better


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Indian teens who disappeared from tour group found safe in NYC

Gupreet and Robin Singh failed to return to the hotel where their group was staying Monday afternoon

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Rev. Run returns to reality television, this time with tools

He and his family will star in a reno show for the DIY Network

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Police say missing India teens left tour group to stay in America; 1 found

The brothers, Gupreet Singh, 16, and Robin Singh, 15, were last seen Monday, when they separated from the rest of their group. Police say they left the group in an attempt to avoid returning to their home in India.

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NJ Transit offers rail service for Taylor Swift concert in Meadowlands

NJ Transit will run rail shuttle service from Hoboken to the Meadowlands Sports Complex, the agency announced

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Bergen County non-profit assumes control of Paterson Head Start programs

Greater Bergen Community Action officially became the operator of the programs on July 1

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Union member guilty of stealing from union sues 4 years later files suit against union

A union member who pleaded guilty to stealing union dues for personal use is now suing the union for misleading the rank and file

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Road Warrior: Will bigger fines tame left-lane hogs? hogs may see stiffer penalties


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