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2 N.J. Superior Court judges, including one in Bergen County, earn promotions

Two New Jersey Superior Court judges will soon join the appellate division.

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Traffic Alert: GWB and Lincoln tunnel experiencing significant delays

Crossings into Manhattan are experiencing significant delays on Wednesday morning.

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In scandal's wake, Newark archbishop says church needs help monitoring problem priests

Newark Archbishop John J. Myers has given his first interview on the scandal involving the Rev. Michael Fugee

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Road Warrior: Our dangerous crosswalks


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Non-profit agency for poor now 'Greater'

Bergen CAP changes name

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DeMarrais: Whoops. Guess what we forgot?

United leave TP behind on 10-hour flight.

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Rohan: Gandolfini drew the spotlight but treasured his privacy

In the past week, as tabloids and gossip sites have relentlessly been digging for details about James Gandolfini’s final days, loyalists have attempted to give the actor, in death, something he found all too elusive in life: privacy.

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Feds to pay 15 percent more in post-Sandy grants to N.J. communities

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will now provide 90 percent of the money in cost-share grants given to state agencies, municipalities and public-serving nonprofits

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Video: James Gandolfini, in 1989 film shot in Hoboken, portrayed a pimp

Gandolfini had been working as a doorman at the famed Blue Note jazz club in Manhattan at the time, said the director of the film, David Matalon, in the interview with the newspaper.

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Kaboom! Bomb squad blows up watermelon to warn about hazards of illegal fireworks

Members of the Bergen County Police Department's bomb squad unit exploded the fruit at the public safety complex Tuesday to raise awareness about the dangers of illegal fireworks.

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