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Roxbury man pleads guilty to detonating bomb, stockpiling weapons

Previous police reports said he showed the bomb to a woman and described it as the kind "you could stick to the bottom of a car."

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Paterson thieves stole $450K from Bergen, Essex, Passaic and Morris mailboxes, police say

Police arrested three of a squad of four Paterson men accused of stealing checks in four counties and depositing them in different accounts.

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Paterson mayor hears community complaints on speeding, drugs and parking at ward meeting

The first of six community meetings was held by Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh in the 1st Ward.

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Bergenfield woman prayed to her mom and won $5 million on scratch-off lottery ticket

After praying to her late mother, she said, the woman bought a series of scratch-off tickets at an Englewood store, finally hitting the big winner.

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American Dream seeks local input on mural for ski slope

A Montreal-based artists collective, named En Masse, was tapped by the mega-mall's developers to organize the mural with the community's input.

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Clifton woman dies after being struck by NJ Transit train

The incident on Monday is currently under investigation.

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One mistake after another: How Montclair accidentally cleared way for 46-unit building

According to Montclair's town planner, the intention was to have a limit of 18 apartments per acre. Now, a 46-unit building is in the planning stages.

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Mustafa Rabboh, Bergen County's first Muslim police chief, sworn in

New Bergenfield Police Chief Mustafa Rabboh was sworn into his new position Tuesday night during the Borough Council meeting.

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Judge reverses zoning board approval for Glen Rock apartments

After a legal challenge was mounted by neighbors, a Superior Court judge has ruled to overturn variances granted to a 55-and-over housing project.

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Woodcliff Lake controversy prompts borough to itemize dramatic changes in reassessments

The Woodcliff Lake Borough Council approved a new policy that requires a report flagging commercial assessments that have significant changes.

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