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Sandy victims in Little Ferry celebrate new lives a year later

This evening, nearly two dozen people will join Joy Ortiz and her parents, retirees Frederick and Lorraine, for Thanksgiving dinner in the newly renovated space, where just a year ago they found nothing inviting or appetizing in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

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More federal grants for schools hurt by Superstorm Sandy

The New Jersey Department of Education announced it is sending up to $800,000 in additional federal grants to 11 districts that are still recovering from Superstorm Sandy, including about $6,000 to Little Ferry.

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Little Ferry bakery cooks up competition on Cupcake Wars

Teaneck residents Iyona and Amirh McFarlane, the owners of the Little Ferry bakery I Am Cupcakes, took their brand of cupcakes to a national stage, appearing on the Nov. 23 season finale of the Food Network show Cupcake Wars.

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Little Ferry monthly police report


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Little Ferry family on road to recovery thanks to Harboring Hearts

As Little Ferry pushes past its one-year anniversary of superstorm Sandy, the hidden stories of heroism, generosity, struggle and heartbreak associated with the devastating aftermath are still being unearthed.

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Washington D.C. officials return to Little Ferry to announce more relief money

U.S. Housing Secretary Shaun Donovan returned to Little Ferry to announce the second round of superstorm Sandy relief funding.

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Little Ferry democrats fill seats on Council

The Democratic Party retained all of the seats on the Little Ferry Borough Council with the re-election of incumbent Thomas Sarlo and the election of newcomer Stephen Lanum as they defeated Republicans Conrad De Leeuw and Bernard Sobolewski.

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Little Ferry challengers replace all three incumbents on Board of Education

Seven candidates ran to fill three seats in the 2013 Little Ferry Board of Education election on Nov. 5.

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Christie announces Working Families Living Expenses Voucher Program in Little Ferry

Gov. Chris Christie returned to Little Ferry on Oct. 22 to announce a new program designed to help struggling families.

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Meet the candidates for Little Ferry's Board of Education

Seven candidates are running for three open seats on the Little Ferry Board of Education election Nov. 5.

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