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Report: 61 bomb threats force evacuations at N.J. schools this year

State data shows at least 61 bomb threats have forced evacuations of New Jersey schools so far this academic year, including five in Bergen County and seven in Passaic County.

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Heat wave to end May, begin June in North Jersey region

90-degree highs are projected from Philadelphia to New York City Thursday through Saturday.

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Man jumps to his death from George Washington Bridge

The man, whom authorities have not yet identified, jumped from southern side of the New Jersey half of the bridge, a spokesman said

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Four Candidates Vying for Two Fort Lee Council Seats

Two Democrats and two Republicans have filed to run for two open seats on the Fort Lee Council this year.

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Le Cou Cou Arrives in Fort Lee with Chicken and Beer

Restaurant at 144 Main Street opened Friday, Boozy Burbs reports.

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Starters: Central Kitchen seasonal recipes

The restaurant had its soft opening earlier this month, with no advertising, just word-of-mouth bringing in lots of customers who were hungry for lunch, dinner and especially something new in an area with few eateries.

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Bergen County baseball tourney weathers challenges

The rough weather at the start of the Memorial Day weekend was still wreaking havoc with the schedule Monday as the Bergen County Charity Classic baseball tournament moved into the championship round.

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Tradition drives Memorial Day celebrations across North Jersey

As the hours of Memorial Day passed with solemn ceremonies, peppy parades and backyard barbeques, thousands of people across North Jersey seemed driven by a common force: tradition.

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Towns saddled with costs as lawsuits filed by police add up

In the past 10 years, North Jersey has seen a rash of discrimination and whistle-blower lawsuits filed by police officers. Those suits have cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands — if not millions — of dollars, according to attorneys and other professionals who have worked on such cases.

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Memorial Day 2013: Remembering 151 fallen soldiers from N.J. who served in Iraq, Afganistan

Remembering New Jersey's 151 fallen service members on Memorial Day

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