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Alpine police find suicidal man with wrists cut amid Palisades cliff search

The Alpine police chief and a borough officer found a suicidal man, who was recently told he has cancer, with his wrists cut after an hours-long search that sent rescuers rappelling over the Palisades cliffs, authorities said Wednesday.

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Two bicyclists hurt in Route 9W hit-and-run, Alpine police say

Police were searching for a black sedan wanted in a hit-and-run that left two bicyclists injured after a crash on Route 9W Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.

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Two men caught in stolen car after pursuit, Tenafly police say

Two men in a stolen car were arrested after a brief pursuit ended in Alpine early Wednesday, police said.

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Man dead in apparent plunge from Palisades cliff, authorities say

The body of a 57-year-old Demarest man who was reported as missing and suicidal was recovered Saturday along the Palisades cliffs, authorities said.

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N.J.'s 10 most expensive homes for sale -- that won't sell

From Alpine to Avalon, here are the biggest white elephants on the luxury real estate market

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Alpine property auctioned for $456,000

New owner plans "dream home," pool and tennis court

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Accident on Palisades Interstate Parkway in Alpine traps four in car

At least one of the victims required a medevac helicopter flight to Hackensack University Medical Center, but police said none of the injuries were life-threatening, police said.

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Alpine property owned by Lillian Booth to be auctioned

A 5.8-acre Alpine property owned by the estate of philanthropist Lillian Booth is to be auctioned next month.

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Second Boy Scout joins lawsuit against former Morris County troop leader joins suit against leader

A second former Boy Scout is part of a lawsuit alleging a troop leader plied two boys with alcohol and sexually abused them over several years at locations throughout the Northeast, including at a campground in Alpine.

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