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Little Ferry Police Reports: Jan. 3

A summary of incidents in Little Ferry as reported by the Little Ferry Police Department.

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Little Ferry Council helps little league find a home

Jimmy's Boys Baseball Club, a youth team that found a home in Little Ferry, presents Mayor and Council with a thank you.

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2 North Arlington brothers arrested in Little Ferry clown-mask bank robbery

Two North Arlington brothers were arrested for allegedly robbing a bank Friday after a two-hour search that involved eleven police departments, a K9 unit, and a state police helicopter.

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Little Ferry police reports: Dec. 27

A summary of incidents released by the Little Ferry Police Department through December 23

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Toy distribution lifts holiday spirits in Little Ferry

Christmas came a little early to the young elementary school students of Little Ferry thanks to a toy distribution event held at Washington Elementary.

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Little Ferry police reports, Dec. 20


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Little Ferry school district to receive federal money from project SERV

The Little Ferry school district is one of 11 New Jersey school districts to receive money from a grant program announced by the NJ DOE.

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Little Ferry police reports: Dec. 6

A summary of incidents released by the Little Ferry Police Department through Dec. 3.

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Community responds to blood drive for Little Ferry BOE member

The residents of Little Ferry as well as others from nearby donated blood and platelets to John Tronlone, who was diagnosed with leukemia.

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Aided by Salvation Army is Superstorm Sandy's aftermath, volunteers return the favor

A little over a year ago, she was relying on meals from the Salvation Army and staying in a county shelter after Superstorm Sandy devastated Little Ferry. On Thursday, Maureen Lawlor returned the favor as a volunteer at the organization’s holiday breakfast.

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