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Man 'shocks' teen girl with stun gun during robbery attempt in Clifton

Teen was waiting for a friend in Clifton Commons parking lot whens suspect 'shocked' her with stun gun.

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Bike helmets can save kids' lives

One of the most common tricks in the book among teen bicycle riders: They leave home on two wheels, helmet strapped on, and by the time they're out of sight, the head protection is hanging on the handlebar.

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School chief to stay in district


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Kinnelon to press legislators for recreational Highlands exemptions

Municipal officials will be off to Trenton tomorrow to persuade legislators on the merits of a proposed bill that will exempt municipalities from Highland restrictions when it comes to installing recreation facilities.

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Bergen and Passaic farmers' markets have much to offer

A number of area markets offer non-produce items such as handmade accessories and organic green juices.

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Eligible North Jersey candidates for November school board races

Below are the candidates who have filed to run in the Nov. 5 school board elections. Incumbents are indicated by an asterisk.

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Sallie Brady, 1965-2013: Writer, adventurer and homebody

Although her orbit was the hectic New York publishing world, 47-year-old Sallie Brady relished the quiet life in Bergen County, riding horses and taking strolls with her toy poodle, Theodore.

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Home ownership fair draws sizable crowd


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Funding problems put arts programs at risk arts in education Funding woes put programs at risk

Individual and corporate donations to the non-profits are down. School district budgets are tighter than ever. And teachers have to focus on a growing number of curriculum mandates €” including preparing students for standardized tests.

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Swarmageddon's fury: Cicadas invade N.J., pop culture

Thrill-seeking foodies and bug experts alike are salivating, but for different reasons

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