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Lakewood seniors taking 'cautionary tale' to surrounding towns | Di Ionno

They try to avoid using the words "us" or "them," though it is often unavoidable. They don't like to say they only represent "seniors," though the word is built into their name. They say their target is not "the Orthodox"...

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Prominent former Bergen Democrat loses appeal of prison sentence

PHILADELPHIA-- The former chairman of the Bergen County Democratic Organization will have to serve a nearly three-year prison term after a federal appeals court upheld his sentence for taking part in a racketeering scheme, the U.S. Attorney for New Jersey...

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DPW worker struck by car in hit-and-run

The 30-year-old man was collecting residential garbage from the curb near 227 Forest Avenue at about 6:50 a.m. when a car driving south in the right lane struck him.

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Woman, 83, sexually assaulted on her way to church

The woman was walking through a parking lot for a sunrise service at the Korean Community Church of New Jersey.

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What the Bridgegate mastermind had to say about Christie and those nachos

Wildstein has been trolling the governor on Twitter in recent weeks.

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Bergen man charged in Secaucus prostitution sting, police say

Secaucus police say they are serious about keeping prostitution out of its town -- and they have announced another arrest.

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CEO of revived Newark Alliance urges businesses to hire residents

Kimberly McLain, a veteran of he private and publc sectors, succeeds the late Al Koeppe, whose departure 2 years ago led a dormant period for the alliance, a civic-minded business association

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Dad's death at dangerous NJ Transit train crossing prompts safety upgrades

Thomas L. Ryan, 27, died after he was struck by a NJ Transit train near the Main Street station.

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Ranking the 50 most influential people in New Jersey high school sports

Is a coach or athlete from your town on the 2017 High School Juice List?

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Vintage photos: Music with a N.J. connection

From hall of famers to one-hit wonders, pop music has a rich history in New Jersey.

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