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New Milford to host domestic violence symposium as incidents rise during pandemic

For the second year in a row, a domestic violence symposium will be held in New Milford this month, with the event taking place on Oct. 28.

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Teaneck Board of Education race features one veteran and five newcomers

Three seats are up for election on the nine-member board.

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Fort Lee's Dumpling Den offers a rare taste of 'Shanghainese' cuisine

The Main Street eatery, opened by two immigrants and a Paramus resident, specializes in the unique, sweet-savory dishes of China's busy port city.

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민주당이 장악한 버겐카운티 프리홀더, 2020 선거도 큰 이변 없을 듯

버겐 카운티는 절대적인 민주당 강세 지역이다. 카운티 의회격인 프리홀더 선거에 출마한 공화당 후보 2명 중 1명이 선거를 치르기 전에 패배를 인정할 정도다.

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Environmentalists make headway with NJ Transit in fight for clean Transitgrid project

NJ Transit proposed a $3 million program that would seek ideas from vendors about enhancing the Transitgrid project with green sources of energy.

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Westwood Regional School District goes fully remote for two weeks after coronavirus cases

The district is transitioning to full remote instruction for the next two weeks after cases of COVID-19 were identified in school buildings.

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SWAT team arrests Northvale man after he allegedly threatened woman with gun

A man accused of assault was taken into custody in the early hours Sunday after a late-night standoff with SWAT team members at his Northvale home.

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River Dell High School student tests positive for COVID-19, school to remain open

The infected River Dell student will remain home for 14 days and must produce a negative test before returning to in-person classes.

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Masked jurors, plastic shields: Bergen County's first socially distant jury trial underway

After weeks of preparations, the state opened its case against a man accused of threatening to set his ex-wife's Hackensack home on fire.

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Cresskill eyes recently closed Catholic school for more space during COVID-19 pandemic

The district is hoping to rent the recently closed Academy of St. Therese of Lisieux to allow for higher enrollment and social distancing.

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