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Firefighters battle two-alarm fire at Hawthorne warehouse

There were no injuries as a result of the fire on Fifth Avenue in Hawthorne, authorities said.

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Hasbrouck Heights, Garfield qualify for football playoffs

Hasbrouck Heights is the top seed in North 1, Group 1 as it looks to repeat. For Garfield (North 1, Group 3), it's a return after a four-year absence.

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Ramsey students honor vets with profiles in morning announcements

Ramsey High School students practicing the message that will be made on the morning announcements for Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

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Gone but not forgotten: Ramsey students honor fallen veterans in morning announcements

Each veteran is honored twice a year⁠— on their date of birth and the day they died.

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Hasbrouck Heights mayor who defeated gay candidate said family values 'prevailed' in social post

Hasbrouck Heights Mayor John "Jack" DeLorenzo is under fire for a social media post thanking voters for reelecting him on Tuesday.

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Aerial video of fall foliage on the Palisades

Drone video of the fall colors along the Palisades on November 6, 2019.

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Historic Paramus home tied to black history may be demolished

Built in the mid-1800s, the one-room stone part of the home was said to be occupied by a small enclave of independent African-Americans.

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Lodi BOE president faces suspension after calling teacher a 'greedy bastard' in blog posts

In a complaint, Lodi teacher Debra Kwapniewski alleges that Ryan Curioni insulted her in blog posts.

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Through the years: Matthew Joskowitz

On Oct. 31, Matthew Joskowitz, a wrestling standout and Army paratrooper from Cliffside Park, died in his barracks in Fort Bragg, North Carolina

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50 years after fatal crash, pedestrian walkway is dedicated to girl who lost her life

A pedestrian walkway over the Route 46 bridge was dedicated Thursday in memory of Gloria Popp, who was killed in a fatal pedestrian crash in 1969.

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