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Closter woman driving SUV strikes Leonia crossing guard, police say

A Closter woman faces criminal charges after police say she hit a school crossing guard with her SUV and refused to return to the scene

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Closter offers residents opportunity to comment on solid-waste collection plans

CLOSTER — The public is invited to a discussion on the future of solid-waste collections in the borough, to be held in the Borough Council chambers next Thursday.

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Exhibition of Catholic relics tours North Jersey brings Catholics close to the faith

CLOSTER €” Catholics from across Bergen County on Saturday got closer to the church’s saints than they’ve ever been, in the world’s only traveling tour of holy relics.

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Strategic bidding lands couple a Closter home

When buying a home runs head on into a bidding war, the first impulse may be to flex your financial muscles and knock out the competition.

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Closter's Harvest Bistro chef Cuong Le brings Vietnamese background to menu

Cuong Le previously served as sous chef, promoted to executive chef recently

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Closter freeing up parking as holiday shopping looms adding parking spaces

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Closter Nature Center hosts meet-and-greet with its resident turkey

More than 60 people, including about three dozen children, packed the Closter Nature Center’s log cabin to get a gander at Mr. T, a domesticated turkey, on Sunday. As a result of his appearance at the center’s first-ever “Let’s Talk Turkey” event, Mr. T won a pardon from looming death for Thursday’s festivities. And he’s even found a new permanent home in Bergen County.

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Closter cardiologist sentenced to 78 months in prison in $19M fraud scheme

A Closter cardiologist who pleaded guilty in April to a massive health care fraud scheme was sentenced Wednesday at federal court in Newark to 6½ years in prison.

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Cardiologist to be sentenced for record $19M fraud

Federal prosecutors say Jose Katz of Closter is scheduled to appear Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Newark. The 68-year-old physician pleaded guilty in April to conspiracy to commit health care fraud and an unrelated count of Social Security fraud for giving his wife a longtime no-show job, making her eligible for Social Security.

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Gobblers to get a going-over at Closter event

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