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Fort Lee woman has leg pinned under tire of SUV; driver receives summons

A 68-year-old Fort Lee woman is expected to survive Tuesday after she had her leg caught under a SUV tire when she was hit in the borough.

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Uber driver from Passaic arrested on drug charges

The man, stopped for a traffic violation, now faces criminal charges including possessing fentanyl and a forged driver's license.

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Blow dryer suspected source of Clifton house fire

Heavy flames and smoke could be seen coming from the third floor and rear of the house.

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Teterboro expansion clashes with $150M plan to protect Meadowlands from climate change

The dueling projects show a lack of cohesion by government agencies to tackle climate change in a region hit hard by Superstorm Sandy.

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Conservation dogs find invasive species in Mahwah

Joshua Beese, Conservation Dog Handler, is shown during a demonstration at the NY/NJ Trail Conference, in Mahwah. Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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It's back: Toys R Us to open at Garden State Plaza on Wednesday morning

This Thanksgiving Eve, Toys R Us will be making its comback in North Jersey with its first new U.S. retail store at Garden State Plaza in Paramus.

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Clogged sewer line that closed Fairview school expected to be resolved by Wednesday

The school did not open to students Tuesday as crews continued to work on a clogged sewer line that backed up into the school, school officials said.

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Write-in winners official for Manchester Regional, Wayne school board elections

One candidate filed to run for two North Haledon seats on the Manchester Regional school board. An election in Wayne also was short by a candidate.

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Paramus man pleads guilty to cheating medical insurance companies

The former pharmacy owner enticed doctors to send him their prescriptions and made millions by falsifying authorization forms for costly drugs.

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Man serving 65-year sentence for Cliffside Park bus stop murder will get new trials

Michael A. Sampson, who is serving a 50-year sentence for killing a man after a dispute at a bar in 2012, will get two new trials.

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