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No injuries after tree falls on Midland Park home

The tree ruptured a water line and damaged two cars on Maple Avenue.
       

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New Teaneck committee to address LGBTQ issues

An advisory board was formed to help the Township Council address LGBTQ issues and build a culture of acceptance and inclusiveness in the township.
       

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No charges against NJ Transit bus driver who fatally struck Bergenfield boy

No charges will be filed against the NJ Transit bus driver who struck and killed a 10-year-old Bergenfield boy as he rode his bicycle, police said.
       

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Car Vs. Bakery Shop in Fair Lawn

A car driven by an elderly woman crashed into a baker shop located at 19-09 Fair Lawn Avenue in Fair Lawn on Thursday 07/11/19. One customer was slightly injured by glass, but an EMS worker attended to him at the scene. Mitsu Yasukawa/
       

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Hasbrouck Heights man unfit for trial in St. Patrick's Cathedral case, prosecutor says

Judge Neil Ross of Manhattan Supreme Court said he plans to commit Marc Lamparello to a mental health facility for rehabilitation.
       

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Stew Leonard's in Paramus looking to hire 400, including mascot 'Wow the Cow'

If you can dance and entertain in a plush black and white cow costume with a permanent smiling face, the perfect job has just become available.
       

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When will NJ MVC begin to issue Real IDs? Sign up for notification

Even though Motor Vehicle Commission offices have extended Saturday hours in anticipation for Real IDs demand, it has shortened hours during the week.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Local


Despite Parkinson's diagnosis, Franklin Lakes man won't stop running for Paterson charity

Since he witnessed the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013, Grogin has planned and participated in charity runs.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


North Jersey locals to bike for cancer research in international race

Local residents will be among the more than 6,700 riders of the Pan-Mas Challenge, a bike race that raises funds for cancer research.
       

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Sexist slurs about Megan Rapinoe split Republicans running for office in Rutherford

Sexist slurs apparently directed at U.S. Women's soccer star Megan Rapinoe have caused a rift among Republican candidates running for local office.
       

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