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Emerson fills council vacancy

Jill McGuire, a member of the borough’s Historical Preservation Committee, was chosen to fill a council seat vacancy left by Mayor Danielle DiPaola.
       

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Now Open: North Jersey's most anticipated restaurant Felina opens

Heralded chef Anthony Bucco opens his contemporary Italian restaurant with a big bar, open kitchen, rooftop bar, wine cellar and private dining room
       

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What's next for Rutherford schools after referendum defeat?

Superintendent Jack Hurley proposed changes from the previous plan that could reduce the project's cost by an estimated $15 million.
       

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Second victim of former Glen Rock cop who sexted underage girls sues borough

The borough is being sued for $5 million by a victim of its former juvenile officer, who spent time in prison for sexting underage girls in 2015.
       

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Grandfather, grandchild taken to hospital after being hit by car in Wood-Ridge

A grandfather and his grandchild were taken to a local hospital to get checked out after they were hit by a car in Wood-Ridge.
       

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If Gymboree files for bankruptcy, North Jersey stores may close, reports say

The children's clothing retailer is reportedly expected to seek bankruptcy protection this week, with plans to close all 900 of its stores.
       

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Residents group sues, demands Hackensack school board fix error in $170M ballot question

The dispute is over an error in a ballot question that is slated to appear before voters in a special election next week.
       

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Four officers with ties to township join Teaneck Police Department

The recruits, all with longstanding ties to the township, were sworn in Monday and will spend the next six months at the police academy.
       

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Englewood Cliffs mayor accuses council of trying to take away his power

The borough's governing body recently shifted from a Republican majority to a Democratic majority.
       

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Rutherford schools sued by ex-student who says she was sexually assaulted by classmates

The plaintiff alleges she was forced to attend school alongside classmates who had sexually assaulted her at an off-campus party in 2014.
       

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