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Democrats will not ask for recount in election

DEMAREST - The Democratic Party will not seek a recount for November’s municipal election, officials announced Tuesday.

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Demarest Democrats won't seek recount

Officials from Demarest’s Democratic Party have announced that they will not seek a recount in the recent municipal election.

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Demarest resident relies on his experiences to get the job done

Jay Nadel wants you to know everything you can about Englewood Hospital and Medical Center's ability to safeguard the community's health. And while he may be in the lofty position of chairman of its foundation, he's intent on delivering the message right down to the street level.

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Northern Valley Regional to give students more help with papers

DEMAREST €” Administrators at Northern Valley Regional High School plan to set extra help hours during the school day to prepare students for changes to standards in curriculum.

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One incumbent, one newcomer elected in Demarest race

DEMAREST - Republican incumbent Joseph Gray and Democratic challenger Melinda Iannuzzi won spots on the council in the Nov. 5 election.

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Paster tapped to replace Chroman on Demarest council

DEMAREST €” The borough council elected Gregg Paster to replace Blake Chroman on the council at the Oct. 7 council meeting.

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Demarest pollice investigating mayor's gifting of park bench to friend

Local police are investigating whether any impropriety occurred when Mayor Ray Cywinski gave a borough park swing bench to an Old Tappan resident who wanted it as a gift for his wife.

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Demarest council seeks to stop flooding

DEMAREST - The borough council is investigating the drainage at Wells Court to determine the cause of flooding in the area following recent rainstorms and Hurricane Sandy last year which damaged several residents’ homes and property.

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Northern Valley Regional to revise guidelines for AP programs

DEMAREST €” The Northern Valley Regional High School district has finalized its recommendations to modify the current Advanced Placement (AP) program to be more accessible to students.

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Substance abuse program to expand into ninth-grade curriculum at Northern Valley Regional High School

The Northern Valley Regional High School district is expanding its substance education and awareness program to the ninth-grade health curriculum at Demarest and Old Tappan.

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