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Alstede Farms' expansion caused damage to neighbor's property, lawsuit says

Alstede Farms neighbor William Asdal alleges the farm's stormwater runoff caused damage to his property including a 12-foot-deep canyon.

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COVID-19 vaccination mega-site opens in East Rutherford

The mega-site inside the Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford is open, one of the last mega-sites to open statewide.

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Sussex County man arrested in connection with Capitol riot

A Sussex County man who owns a gym in Pompton Lakes has been arrested and charged for participating in Capitol riot.

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Vaccinations at the Eastern Christian Children's Retreat

Staff and residents received vaccinations at the Eastern Christian Children's Retreat

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Wayne now limiting its share of Moderna doses to residents only

The township reported 4,139 positive cases of COVID-19, attributing 198 deaths to the disease, since March of last year.

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Would-be vaccine recipients caught off guard by 'residents only' sign at Bergen County site

Nurses smiled, cameras flashed and vaccines were administered to thousands. Holy Name Medical Center had its vaccine efforts figured out— so it seemed

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Join the ride: NJ native Jenn Sherman has been a Peloton instructor since Day One

Every week, Jenn Sherman, a North Jersey native, attracts thousands of Peloton members who ride along with her on the company's stationary bicycles.

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NJ launches COVID vaccine plan for people with developmental disabilities. Here's how it works

New Jersey ramps up vaccination plan for group home residents with developmental disabilities this week.

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Clifton schools will continue remote learning until March due to rise in COVID cases

Clifton superintendent of Schools Danny Robertozzi said he has decided that schools should remain fully remote until at least March.

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Borough seeks affirmation for its five-site plan is in compliance

Saddle River planner Joseph Burgis dismisses attempts to discredit plan sites, result of a four-year negotiation

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