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NJ online portal fuels rush of voter registrations, brings total voters to 6.3 million

The launch of the online voter registration portal helped the state add 120,000 voters in September. Experts predict more before the deadline.

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Montclair Design Week kicks off Friday with socially distanced outdoor events

The third annual celebration of design and community-building runs Friday through Sunday. Events include panels, workshops, biking tours and culinary events.

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Pandemic, future costs a topic of Morris Freeholder candidates forum

Tayfun Selen and Cary Amaro discussed the issues during an online freeholder candidate forum sponsored by the Morristown Area League of Women Voters.

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Westbound lanes on Route 80 in Paterson closed due to jackknifed tractor-trailer

The incident involving a jackknifed tractor-trailer closed all westbound lanes of the highway near exit 60 in Paterson.

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Tenafly suspends recreation programs after new COVID-19 cases, middle school goes virtual

Several new COVID-19 cases in Tenafly have led to suspension of the borough's recreation programs and the middle school going to an all-virtual schedule.

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Ramsey schools report four new COVID-19 cases but will remain open

The cases involved three people at Hubbard Elementary School and one at Eric Smith Middle School, according to a letter to parents from the district.

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Mahwah High School grad killed in Ohio State shooting 'did everything full tilt'

Chase Meola, who helped Mahwah capture a football championship in 2015, was killed in an Ohio State University District shooting on Sunday.

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Paterson man stabbed by home invader, police say

A 50-year-old Paterson resident suffered four minor stab wounds when he was attacked inside his apartment near Eastside Park Sunday night.

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Facing $750K cleanup, what's next for site of former Paterson dye factory?

The Leader Dye factory was torn down years ago, but the Paterson property still faces an uncertain future.

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Bergen County high school field hockey coach tests positive for COVID-19

A field hockey coach at River Dell High School has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a letter sent to parents on Sunday afternoon.

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