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Teen locked overnight in police van sues Fort Lee


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University public safety officer among 3 men facing sex assault charges

The men are being held at the Bergen County Jail in lieu of $250,000 bail with no 10 percent option, he said.

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Passaic, Bergen counties want NJ to pay for special election

Passaic County has joined Bergen and other counties in demanding that the state pick up the tab for the special election in October that Gov. Christie called to fill the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg’s seat.

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Cory Booker racks up endorsements for U.S. Senate campaign from North Jersey Democrats

Party leaders from Bergen, Passaic, Hudson and Essex counties, along with a host of state senators and local council members were in Newark to stump for Newark Mayor Cory Booker.

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Outside administrator to control bogus Sandy charity, distribute funds

An outside administrator will take over what officials say was a bogus Bergen County-based Sandy relief charity, distribute its remaining proceeds and then dissolve the organization, under a court-approved settlement with the state Attorney General's Office.

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River Dell's 2013 valedictorian an 'all-around great student'

River Dell High School senior Madison Smith was named the top scholar at her now alma mater.

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Police: Drunk driver flipped car near Rt. 208, seriously injuring passenger

21-year-old crossed crashed into utility pole, flipped over fire hydrant, police say

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Bergen family has 30 days to resolve treehouse dispute

The family's attorney on Thursday told the judge the family has filed an application seeking a permit and acquired insurance for the treehouse.

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Fewer accidental deaths on N.J. railroad tracks following prevention efforts

Accidental deaths plummet, but suicides on tracks remain unchanged

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State health officials announce $4.5 million in grants for autism research get $4.5M in grants

State health officials announced $4.5 million in grants to be used for autism research and services

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