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Open for Business: The Fireplace in Paramus is back, now with drive-thru

The Fireplace on Route 17 in Paramus is beloved for its burgers, pickles and an atmosphere of time standing still.
       

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Northern Highlands student generates college spirit with mask fundraiser

Northern Highlands senior Nicole Alexander coordinates college face mask effort to benefit Valley Hospital with UniMasks.
       

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Coronavirus deaths and cases in NJ rise sharply among residents with disabilities

Advocates said such facilities in New Jersey had been in dire need of personal protective equipment to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
       

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Some batting cages can reopen in NJ, but youth baseball and softball are still on hold

The executive order to allow certain outdoor activities to resume isn't helping businesses built around youth baseball and softball training.
       

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Wyckoff's clerk to retire after 31 years of service

Joyce Santimauro, the township's clerk since 1994, will retire May 31 after 31 years of service to the municipality.
       

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With no Memorial Day parade, New Milford finds different way to honor war dead

Signs with images of soldiers from New Milford who died in wars are displayed near Borough Hall.
       

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Becton Regional HS District goes extra step for '20 grads

If you go move around East Rutherford or Carlstadt you will notice something different. There are banners depicting the pictures of the Becton Regional High School District. Tuesday, May 26, 2020
       

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Loved and Lost: Martin Addison, 44, adored his two small children and was an avid musician

Addison worked as a speech/language pathologist at St. Joseph's University Medical Center, where he specialized in the treatment of dysphagia.
       

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Owner of Jim Dandy's in Rutherford vows to reopen after fire: 'It will be better than ever'

"[The support] made me realize how important this establishment is to this community," owner Brian Flynn said.
       

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Missing person: Police looking for Englewood man who suffers from dementia

Police are asking for the public's help in finding Ruben Wilson, a 69-year-old Englewood resident who suffers from dementia.
       

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