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The sweets of Palisades Park

Broad Avenue is newly home to a number of exciting sweets and desserts.

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Palisades Park apartments sold for $16 million

Madison House, a 48-unit luxury apartment building in Palisades Park, has been sold for $16.05 million, or nearly $334,375 per unit, a broker said Monday.

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Palisades Park setting up website


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3 tapped to fill vacant position on Palisades Park Council

The Palisades Park Democratic Municipal Committee has submitted the names of three candidates to fill the council seat left vacant by the recent resignation of Jason Kim, who was the borough’s first Korean-American councilman.

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Palisades Park firefighter disputes election of new chief disputing election of new chief

Stephen Killion has been named the Palisades Park fire chief, but whether he should hold the post is being disputed by another firefighter who claims the job belongs to him.

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Kumon North America names Palisades Park man as president

Kumon North America said on Monday Palisades Park resident Minoru Tanabe will be the first North American resident to be named president of the company.

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Kendo championship draws competitors from New Jersey, other states

Around 225 practitioners of the traditional Japanese martial art — Kendo in Japanese, Kumdo in Korean — of all ages and skill levels competed Sunday at the 20th-annual Fall Eastern Kumdo Championship in the Palisades Park High School gymnasium. The tournament, held at different sites each year, drew competitors, many them Korean, from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Illinois.

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Kumdo tournament to draw more than 220 at Palisades Park

A martial art that uses a wooden sword to develop one’s mind and body will be on display Sunday, when the 20th Eastern U.S. Kumdo tournament takes place at Palisades Park High School.

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Bamboo a path to strong mind, body

A martial art that uses a wooden sword to develop one’s mind and body will be on display Sunday, when the 20th Eastern U.S. Kumdo tournament takes place at Palisades Park High School.

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Koreans in North Jersey give thanks at harvest festival

The two-day event, organized by the Palisades Park-based Korean American Association of New Jersey, seeks to both commemorate the holiday and connect the Korean population with government officials and other ethnic groups, said Jay Kim, chairman of the association.

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