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Bergen to save $2.3 million on debt


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Booker backed incumbents around state

Newark Mayor Cory Booker embraced the establishment in four hotly contested elections throughout the state, attaching his name to incumbents under attack from self-styled reformers in this week’s non-partisan races.

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Korean group petitions schools over textbook


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Mazzer Plumbing and Heating offers quality service Reliable quality service to customers

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Frankli Lakes K-8 district begins search for curriculum director


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Glenpointe Centre West gets $32 million financing arrangement


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N.J. accuses ex-candidate from Paterson of failing to report $700,000 in campaign spending

State elections officials say Hector L. Castillo, a Paterson doctor who frequently runs for elected office, failed to report more than $700,000 in spending — much of that in taxpayer-funded matching dollars. And he allegedly misspent thousands more in public money.

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Pay-to-play rollback will get one more volley in Bergen, pitting county exec vs. freeholders

Bergen Freeholders approved an override of county exec's veto of pay-to-play changes, but the law will go up for vote one more time

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Bergen County freeholders override County Executive Kathleen Donovan’s veto of less strict ‘pay-to-play’ ordinance

The override preserves a revised pay-to-play law that loosens restrictions on contributions to political parties by no-bid contractors doing business with the county. But the Freeholder Board still must take one more vote for final approval of the measure.

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Forked River man to receive $6.6M after losing leg in construction accident in Leonia

An Ocean County man who lost his leg in a construction accident at Overpeck County Park four years ago will receive $6.6 million to settle his lawsuit with two North Jersey contractors.

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