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Dumont Grant School 3/8/15

Grant School in Dumont, March 8, 2015. (Myles Ma | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)...

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Dumont mourns 10-year-old killed in jump from school window

The borough continues to mourn the death of a 10-year-old boy who jumped Friday from the second story of his middle school.

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Dumont schools provide counseling, cancel tests in wake of 10-year-old's death

The school district is providing counseling for students at the Grant School, where a fifth grader jumped to his death Friday.

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Dumont boy, 10, jumped out window after losing chess match during recess, police say

Police say the boy who fell from a second-story elementary school window in Dumont on March 6 committed suicide.

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Body pulled from Hackensack River identified as missing Dumont man

The body of John Tonincelli was pulled from the Hackensack River on Saturday.

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4 North Jersey friends to split $40M Powerball prize

The Dumont residents will each end up with a share of the $19.3 million left after taxes

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Special Olympics NJ hosts 5k race at Jersey City's Fourth of July festival

The Statue of Liberty had some early guests this morning.

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Raid of Dumont house finds LSD, marijuana, Codeine, prosecutor says

Narcotics task force raided the Dumont home three people were allegedly dealing drugs from, prosecutors say.

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Dumont applies for sewer repair grant


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For Jack the Iraqi dog, a Christmas story in Dumont

In the year since he was saved by local animal rescue organizations from a maimed, shell-shocked existence he has been adopted by a family who indulges him like, well, a pet. And, like a real-life Christmas story, the holiday brought him a special gift of dual sentimental value: an oversized sign emblazoned with his name and, coincidentally, that of one of the community’s most iconic figures.

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