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Montclair petition to overturn rent control measures falls short of signatures

Problems with the signatures included 200 whose signers were not registered in New Jersey and 139 who were not residents of Montclair.

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Victim's family erupts after dump truck driver gets probation for fatal Route 23 crash

Angel Hernandez, 35, will serve three years of probation for causing the death of a Sussex County man who was crushed between two trucks last year.

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These 9 North Jersey houses are fully decked-out for Halloween and worth a drive to see

Since COVID-19 has paused many families' Halloween plans, driving by spectacularly decorated front lawns is a safe way to get in the Halloween spirit.

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Jersey City delayed telling residents to boil water after positive E. coli test, records show

Jersey City's mayor previously blamed a private water company for the delay.

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Three people shot in within hours in Paterson - seventh shooting in seven days

Law enforcement officials did not identify the victims.

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Frankford splits vote on plan to convert Culver Lake Golf Course to recreation area

The Frankford Township Committee failed to pass a resolution allotting $50,000 in open space funding to renovating the Culver Lake Golf Course.

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Republican Billy Prempeh campaigning in Lyndhurst

Billy Prempeh, a Republican candidate running for Congress against Bill Pascrell, talks to his supporters at Riverside Park in Lyndhurst on October 11, 2020.

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Q&A with Pascrell and Prempeh, both competing for control of NJ's 9th District

Pascrell has been in Congress since 1997.

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A 1901 dairy farm manager's office and dairy storage will restored as a classroom,museum

The 1901 structure is a remnant of the 700-acre dairy farm owned by Oakland's second mayor, Edward Page

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Route 17 in Paramus crash scene

Police investigated a crash scene on Route 17 north in Paramus Oct. 15, 2020.

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