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NJEDA hosts Stronger NJ Business Grant Workshop in Little Ferry

The NJEDA will host a Stronger NJ Business Grant Workshop at Borough Hall in Little Ferry.

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Little Ferry police reports, Sept. 6

A summary of incidents by the Little Ferry police department through Sept. 4.

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Little Ferry's Washington School set to reopen and be 'better than ever'

Little Ferry's Washington Elementary School will be opening on time for the 2013-2014 school year.

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Explosive device used as doorstop in Little Ferry home discovered by work crews

An unexploded piece of ordnance, used for years as a doorstop, was removed from a Lakeview Avenue home after charity workers noticed the bomb.

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Little Ferry, police blotter, Aug. 30

Report from the Little Ferry Police Department.

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Little Ferry asks Bergen County to replace drainage pipe underneath Main Street

The borough council is continuing its push to improve the flooding problems in Little Ferry with an appeal to Bergen County to replace the drainage pipe underneath Main Street.

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Hearings on Little Ferry's subdivision come to a conclusion

After nearly a decade of public hearings, legal wrangling and changes to the application, the proper conditions have been agreed to for the housing subdivision on Mariani Drive in Little Ferry.

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Little Ferry stabilizes tax increases through FEMA loan

The Little Ferry Borough Council announced that taxes in the borough would be stabilized thanks to a loan from FEMA

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Little Ferry receives DOT grant to improve Brandt Street

The borough of Little Ferry has received approval for a DOT grant that will be used to fix and improve one of its most flood-prone streets.

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