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Federal lawmakers seek to add Hinchliffe Stadium to Paterson national park

The boundaries of Paterson's national park would be expanded to include Hinchliffe Stadium under a bill introduced on Wednesday by three New Jersey lawmakers.

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Suspended Fort Lee Firefighter's Son Had Broken Ribs, Internal Injuries Before He Died, Prosecutor Says

Michael Marrara Jr. facing charges of aggravated manslaughter relating to the death of his 10-week-old son in March of 2012.

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Former Fort Lee man charged in infant's death

A former North Jersey man has been charged with causing the death of his 10-week-old son, who was found unresponsive when emergency personnel were called to his home last year, according to Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli.

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Fort Lee Man Killed Crossing Route 4 in Paramus

No charges filed against the driver.

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Jack-knifed tractor trailer closes lanes on George Washington Bridge

No one is believed to have been injured in the incident, police said.

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Ghostface Killah endorses Democratic candidate in 5th District race

Ghostface Killah, the most aggressive member of the renowned hip-hop group, took to Twitter Monday to endorse Roy Cho

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H.S. Boys Baseball: Rob Kaminsky of St. Joseph wins Bob Kurland Award

The Green Knights' senior bested an impressive field of nominees.

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Road Warrior: What happened to interstate rest stops?


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Regrowing a piece of Meadowlands


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Leonia officials stand by their suspension of Fire Department

A day after Leonia suspended its entire Fire Department, borough officials maintained it was their only option considering the liability they faced during the investigation of allegations that a teenager molested a 3-year-old boy in the firehouse last week.

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