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Little Ferry police reports, March 7

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Little Ferry snow budget intact despite winter's challenges

Many towns have plowed through their annual snow budget, but Little Ferry is one of the few towns on track as the winter season wraps up.

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Little Ferry lights fixed; Main Street gets brighter - for now

Main Street in Little Ferry is looking a little brighter these days as the lights that line the street were recently fixed, but the Little Ferry borough council has had a long, ongoing struggle to keep one of its main thoroughfares illuminated.

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Little Ferry Police Department Monthly Report: January

Monthly report of activity released by the Little Ferry Police Department

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Generators, capital surplus introduced at Little Ferry Council meeting

The Little Ferry Borough Council presented bond ordinances for introduction at its most recent council meeting.

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Architecture for Humanity presents new gym and playground design for Little Ferry school

Architecture for Humanity continues its work with the Little Ferry School District as representatives returned to the borough to present designs based on the ideas of the community

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DOT holds public information session in Little Ferry

The Department of Transportation held a public information session for residents of Little Ferry and Ridgefield Park to present details on the construction projects slated to begin this spring.

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Little Ferry police reports, Feb. 7

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Little Ferry BOE expands to two meetings per month

The Little Ferry Board of Education has expanded its meeting schedule for the coming year to two meetings per month.

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Bird watchers in Little Ferry partake in 'Super Bird Sunday'

About 55 birders enjoyed a "Super Bird Sunday" stroll through Losen Slote Creek Park in the morning, cameras, binoculars and field guides in hand, looking for birds with NFL teams named after them - Eagles, Cardinals, Falcons, Seahawks and Ravens.

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