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Students advance to STEM finals

Months of preparation has paid off for two New Jersey students who were named the top team in the Region Five Finals of the Siemens Competition in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

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Authorities investigating murder-suicide in Closter, baby found at the scene

A baby was also found at the scene but "is fine," prosecutor says

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Wife stabbed, strangled in Closter murder-suicide, autopsy shows

A Closter woman was strangled and stabbed to death, while her husband died of a self-inflicted stab wound, an autopsy shows

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Closter murder-suicide latest JPMorgan Chase & Co. worker death

JPMorgan Chase & Co. Knott and Tabacchi are the latest in a string of suicides by company employees over the past year.

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Mother makes frantic call after discovering Closter murder-suicide

Michael Tabacchi summoned his parents to his Closter home before dying in an apparent murder-suicide, according to a newly released 911 call made by his mother.

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Three arrested on drug distribution charges after raid on Newark bodega

Police seized around $500 in prescription pills from the Central Ward business

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Protesters call attention to oil trains passing near Oradell Reservoir

More than 100 protesters rallied Saturday near the Oradell Reservoir to call attention to the threat of oil train cars that pass through the region

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Pennington named 'Best Town for Families' by New Jersey Family Magazine

Pennington, a less than one-square-mile borough whose Main Street exudes small-town charm, was named the "Best Town for Families" by New Jersey Family Magazine

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Wild turkeys make friends with locals in Bergen County

The population of wild turkey saw a resurgence in New Jersey this past November and according to Bob Eriksen, the regional wildlife biologist for the National Wild Turkey Foundation, they are here to stay.

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Kmart in Closter to close in August, laying off 102 workers

The Kmart store in Closter will close in mid-August and lay off 102 employees, company officials said.

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