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Alpine man sues Tenafly police over car crash

Anthony Perez, 32, had a very significant spinal injury as a result of the accident and is seeking monetary compensation for his pain and suffering, his attorney said.

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John Halbreich seeks Alpine council seat

ALPINE €” What makes Alpine, N.J a great place to live and bring up a family? Our volunteers, our town employees and our neighbors: in a word, our community spirit.

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Alpine council names new police chief

ALPINE - Christopher Belcolle is acting no more. At the Oct. 23 Mayor and Council meeting, officials promoted Belcolle to chief of police.

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Alpine police officer's crash followed safety-award banquet

An Alpine police officer who was involved in an accident that injured a motorcyclist in Paterson this week had just accepted a traffic-safety award on behalf of his department in front of more than 200 officers from across the region, Alpine's police chief said Thursday.

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An Alpine police car was involved in an accident with a motorcycle on Union Boulevard at the intersection of Marion Street on Wednesday afternoon, according to witnesses at the scene.

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Fog in Alpine blocks view of birds, but not crowd's interest

Sunday didn’t bring blue skies to State Line Lookout in Alpine for a clear day of bird-watching. A drizzly rain, winds and thick fog impeded what was supposed to be a great day during prime raptor-sighting season. Still, about 325 people braved the weather to hear the Delaware Valley Raptor Center’s Bill Streeter talk about birds of prey and show the audience a few birds from the center.

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New York City woman dies from injuries after cycling accident in Alpine

A 55-year-old Queens woman died Friday from injuries she sustained when she apparently fell off her bicycle on Henry Hudson Drive, the Palisades Interstate Parkway Police reported.

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Alpine Police Department's go-to guy for the kids heads into retirement

Alpine police Capt. Michael LaViola, who made protecting the borough’s kids his career concern, has retired after 38 years on the force.

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Cyclists hit on Route 9 in Alpine

A pair of bicyclists were injured after they were hit by a car along Route 9W Friday morning, authorities said.

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Lt. Governor Guadagno visits learning group in Paramus

Alpine Learning Group in Paramus received a visit from Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, the latest in her state tour of community-based services for those with developmental disabilities.

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