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Mystery still surrounds Teaneck slaying, but house where it happened is finally sold

Boards cover the windows of the Tudor-style house on Alpine Drive. The house has sat empty since August 2010, when Joan Davis, a 74-year-old activist, was slain.

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Palisades Park borough clerk weds police officer during lunch break

It was just an ordinary afternoon at work for Palisades Park clerk Gina Kim, despite the fact that she spent her lunch break getting married.

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Bosland's holds its last back-to-school kickoff sale

Bosland's Learning Plus held a special event to kick off its last back-to-school sale before it closes after 39 years in business.

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Lyndhurst's Brian Podolski, Benny Franchino and Paul Cimicata ready for college gridiron

A trio of Lyndhurst graduated seniors had been instrumental in the revitalization of the Bears' football program.

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Teachers look back fondly on Bosland's during final back-to-school sale

Bosland's Learning Plus is expected to close the doors of its Saddle Brook-based store at the end of the year after 39 years in business.

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Palisades Park clerk gets married on lunch break

Palisades Park borough Clerk Gina Kim wed Palisades Park police officer Stephen Kim on Aug. 8 in borough hall on her lunch break.

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Glen Rock residents come together to help save life of fox with mange

Potentially numerous foxes suffering from mange around Glen Rock have been spotted by residents.

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Hasbrouck Heights police chief faces assault investigation

Michael Colaneri has been leading the Hasbrouck Heights police department since 1999.

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Rainbow and lightning over Fair Lawn

A quick-moving storm brought in lightning and left behind a rainbow above Fair Lawn Aug. 8, 2019.

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More than a quota: Why your town needs to hire more women police officers

More than a third of police departments in Bergen County, and a quarter in Passaic County, have no women on their rosters. Many that do have just one.

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