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Six charged with 'James Bond' thefts in over 30 homes across New Jersey

The men allegedly targeted opulent cul-de-sac homes, where they broke the front door and ransacked the master bedroom, taking safes, jewelry and cash.

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Accused killer in 1985 Bergen County cold case released ahead of trial

David Garrido had allegedly remained at large since June 1985, when authorities said he shot Ricardo Brown at his New York apartment.

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Authorities seek public's help with fatal Paramus hit-and-run

Authorities are searching for a white four-door hatchback that struck and killed a 58-year-old woman on Forest Avenue around 6:30 a.m. Thursday.

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Bergen NAACP protests police bill for Black Lives Matter march in Englewood Cliffs

Bergen County NAACP on Friday protests a $2,500 bill mayor Mario Kranjac gave a young organizer of BLM rally for police overtime.

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Once hailed as heroes, NJ teachers face backlash as tensions grow over all-remote learning

Teachers in New Jersey say they are working harder than ever to continue remote education, but are feeling a backlash over school closings.

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Vacant storefronts, closed shops in Paramus

As the economy stagnates throughout the world, here in our local area in Paramus, empty stores are seen more often lately.

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Grant St. Cafe welcomes back indoor diners with a St. Patrick's Day celebration

Grant Street Cafe in Dumont plans to reopen tables in the front bar area, but keep the main dining room closed when restaurants resume inside dining.

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Tenafly parents hold walk to push for school reopening

Parents of Tenafly schoolchildren held a walk Thursday for reopening the public schools as soon as possible.

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Former Westwood school aide sues district, claims 'unjust' firing stemming from play date

The aide says she was unfairly terminated and is alleging age discrimination after an incident involving a play date between two students.

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NAACP to rally in Englewood Cliffs to support teen BLM protest organizer, affordable housing

The Bergen chapter will gather Friday night in support of Emily Gil, an 18-year-old who received a bill from the town after her BLM protest.

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