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Volunteers pitch in to clear Sandy debris from Palisades Interstate Park in Alpine

The volunteers concentrated their efforts on a half-mile portion of the trail near the New York border, down a steep slope that makes it the least accessible section of the park. Saturday’s effort was the latest in a series of cleanups that began last winter to clear southern portions of the 11-mile Shore Trail along the Hudson River.

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Alpine homeowner to receive summons for removing tree that killed golfer

A borough homeowner will receive a summons for removing a tree on his property that struck and killed a golfer at an exclusive country club this weekend, authorities said Monday.

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Bayonne man arrested following loud argument on Hoboken street: cops

A 24-year-old Bayonne man was arrested early Saturday morning after police came across a loud argument on Washington Street and found the man had an open warrant out for his arrest, according to police.

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Prosecutor: Man who fled Fort Lee after sexual assault attempt dies in Palisades crash

Authorities do not believe the man was being chased when he collided with a tree early this morning, causing his vehicle to burst into flames

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Fans remember Electric Football in memory of late inventor, Norman Sas

Fans of Electric Football pay homage to its inventor, longtime New Jersey resident Norman Sas

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Your comments: Fans remember Electric Football, invented by longtime N.J. resident Norman Sas users share their memories of the game invented by the longtime Alpine resident

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Car crash kills 25-year-old man in Bergen County

A 25-year-old man from Rockland County in New York was killed in a one-car crash when his Honda left the road and smashed into a tree, police said

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Mayor tells Rockland Electric Co.: 'If it were up to me, I'd fire you'

Local officials unloaded on the public utility during a post-Sandy hearing convened by the state Board of Public Utilities on Monday

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Suit alleges Morris County Boy Scout leader abused teen 'hundreds' of times

The alleged victim claims assistant scout leader Stephen Corcoran plied him with alcohol and pornography before beginning an illicit relationship that spanned five years

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State biologists trying to help endangered rat species in N.J.

Biologists from the state are trapping and researching the endangered Alegheny woodrat. The woodrat has one remaining habitat in the state, the talus beneathe the cliffs of the Pallisades in Bergen County

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