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Montclair State gets $2.2 million federal grant to improve degree completion rates

The $2.2 million will support student success initiatives. A second NASA grant will support an environmental research project on mangroves.

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Ramsey voters approve $711K budget increase for all-day kindergarten

Ramsey proceeds with construction plans for all-day kindergarten following referendum approval for staffing.

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What's next for Palisades Park schools after public rejects $61 million plan?

District officials are planning to meet with the borough administration to work together to address old and overcrowded schools.

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Tenafly's longtime mayor ousted by rival who knocked on thousands of doors

Peter Rustin lost his bid for a fifth term when he was defeated Tuesday by Councilman Mark Zinna, who campaigned 'the old-fashioned way.'

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Republicans sweep Rockaway Township election

Republican incumbent Mayor Michael Puzio will get to stay in the seat four more years while challenger Democrat Jonathan Sackett continues in his role as council president.

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Denville reelects incumbent mayor, council members

Three ran for mayor, but incumbent Republican Thomas Andes had a clear victory.

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Passaic County Sheriff Berdnik wins; Duffy, Lepore reelected as Dems sweep

Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik and Democratic freeholder incumbents Terry Duffy and Pat Lepore won new terms on Tuesday.

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Fair Lawn lieutenant sues Police Department, says he was punished for aiding cops' suits

Lt. Derek Bastinck has sued the department, citing negative performance reviews and a threat of suspension that followed his involvement.

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Infant struck by car while in a stroller in Fort Lee, hospitalized with minor head injury

The infant was taken to a hospital for treatment following the strike Wednesday on Main Street in Fort Lee.

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Teaneck man armed with knives barricaded himself in apartment, set it on fire, police say

Police charged William Caraway with multiple crimes, including arson and possession of weapons, in the Monday night incident.

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