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Police searching for visiting Indian teenagers who went missing from Garden State Plaza

Gupreet Singh, 16, and Robin Singh, 15, speak limited English and do not carry cell phones, authorities said

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Woman in Serious Condition after Being Hit by Car Outside A&P

A 64-year-old Fort Lee woman is in serious condition at Hackensack Medical Center after being struck by a car outside the Lemoine Avenue A&P Monday evening. / File Photo

A wheelchair-bound woman was seriously injured when she was hit by a car in the parking lot of a borough supermarket early Monday evening.

The 64-year-old female pedestrian was operating a motorized wheelchair in the wrong direction down a d


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Senior Spotlight: North Jersey high school sports stars for 2013-14

The NorthJersey.com 2013-14 Senior Spotlight is a look at 50 rising seniors across North Jersey high school sports who could make an impact in the upcoming school year.

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$800M sought for upgrades to Passaic Valley wastewater plant $800M for upgrades

The state’s largest sewage treatment facility has asked for nearly $800 million in federal grants to pay for upgrades after the plant was crippled by Superstorm Sandy and millions of gallons of raw sewage spilled into the Passaic River.

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Fort Lee Residents Graduate from Essex Community College

The 44th Commencement was held on May 22 at the Prudential Center in Newark / Credit: Essex County College

Essex County College awarded 1,464 associate degrees and certificates at its 44th Commencement on May 22 at the Prudential Center in Newark.

    Three Fort Lee residents are members of the Essex County College Class of 2013. Idania Lorent


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Fort Lee Businessman Faces Years in Prison for Employee Tax Con

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A Fort Lee businessman pleaded guilty Monday to charges that he used more than a quarter of a million dollars of his employees’ tax money to fund a lavish lifestyle.

Trevor Whittingham, who owned and operated two Manhattan parking lots, was accu


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Lautenberg's family endorses Pallone for U.S. Senate

The family of the late U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg has picked the man they would like to see become his successor: U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone

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Free meals for cancer patients expanding


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Former Fort Lee dentist who admitted running body parts scheme dies of cancer

Michael Mastromarino pleaded guilty in 2008 in New York State Superme Court in Brooklyn to body stealing and other charges related to a $4.6 million enterprise that authorities said involved harvesting bone fragments and flesh from bodies in Brooklyn funeral homes without the knowledge of the victims’ families, and selling the parts for transplants and medical research.

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Man crashes his car into Township of Washington home


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