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Historic Kearney House in Alpine provides glimpse of life in the 1800s

As a soft dribble of rain sent a chill through the hikers and bikers hustling their way through the Palisades Interstate Park in Alpine on Saturday afternoon, another group of visitors was sipping hot cider in front of a fireplace in the historic Kearney House and learning how cozy life in the 1800s could be.

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Ex NJ vice principal dies after jumping off Palisades cliffs

Palisades Interstate Parkway police recovered the body of 35-year-old John Norton of Palisades Park near State Line Lookout in Alpine on Sunday. Norton resigned as vice principal of the Elizabeth Avenue School in Franklin in late 2013.

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Forbes magazine ranks Alpine 12th most expensive housing Zip code in US

Alpine has been knocked out of the top 10 most expensive ZIP codes in the nation in a new ranking by Forbes magazine. But it remains by far the priciest housing market in New Jersey.

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Forbes magazine ranks Alpine 12th most expensive housing Zip code in US

Alpine has been knocked out of the top 10 most expensive ZIP codes in the nation in a new ranking by Forbes magazine. But it remains by far the priciest housing market in New Jersey.

Read full article at NorthJersey.com


Harrington Park man found dead along Palisades Interstate Parkway in Alpine

A 54-year-old Harrington Park man was found dead Sunday on a hiking trail along the Palisades Interstate Parkway in Alpine, authorities said.

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Alicia Keys, husband put Englewood home on market for $14.9 million

The listing agent, Dennis McCormack of Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty in Alpine, said that Keys and her husband, Swizz Beatz, plan to build a larger home to house their extensive collection of contemporary art.

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Do What You Love and the Rest Will Follow

Alpine Girl Proves Dreams Can Be Attained...

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Families gather in Alpine to study life in the Hudson River

Some people might joke about fish in the Hudson River having three eyes or an extra set of fins – but on Sunday dozens of families who gathered in Alpine discovered that just typical river wildlife is what swims beneath the choppy water.

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Families traipse through Palisades Park woods on scavenger hunt in Alpine

The nine explorers – families from Englewood, Oradell and Jersey City – were on a scavenger hunt put on by the commission that runs the park. They looked for acorns, a spider on a spider web, poison ivy and poop, their cameras poised for elusive creatures and fungi.

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NJ old-growth forests: Trees untouched for hundreds of years

In addition to old age, these forests face numerous challenges, including climate change and invasive species

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