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Sense of community gives Dumont an edge


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Bergen freeholders settle former Dumont mayor's suit for $20K settles former mayor's suit

A once contentious political battle ended quietly this week when the Bergen County Freeholders approved a $200,000 settlement of a lawsuit filed against the county by former Dumont Mayor Matthew McHale.

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Two dogs killed in Dumont house fire; cat, bird rescued

Two dogs died, but a cat and an African Grey parrot were rescued during a morning fire on Romano Drive, fire officials said.

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Dumont council thwarts passage of stipend ordinance


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Dumont man wants to run for Senate as independent

Stuart Meissner says he was motivated to run for U.S. Senate this year after hearing that Governor Christie planned a special election, cutting short the primary season.

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Dumont cancer survivor wants to keep giving

Two years after being diagnosed with cancer, Allison Eberhardt, 21, is cancer-free — her dark, curly hair is back, and so is her energy; she is both vibrant and poised. Back home in Dumont for the summer, Eberhardt has organized a benefit concert to be held tonight, proceeds from which will go toward the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

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Bergen County authority approves settlement in lawsuit by deposed chief

The Bergen County Improvement Authority on Thursday approved a proposed settlement that would pay former Dumont Mayor Matthew P. McHale $200,000 to resolve a lawsuit he filed over his dismissal as the authority’s executive director.

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Dumont municipal budget increase hiking taxes


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The Iceman: The story of Dumont hitman Richard Kuklinski comes to the big screen

Seven years after he died while serving two life sentences at New Jersey State Prison in Trenton for four murders, infamous mob hit man Richard Kuklinski is about to hit the big screen. “The Iceman” is a $10 million film due out Friday.

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Faulborn is the new chief of police in Dumont

In a way, it was meant to be for Dumont's new chief of police, Joseph Faulborn Jr.

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