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Passaic County's coronavirus test station will open Wednesday. Here's what you need to know

The drive-thru site at William Paterson University will be open to county residents only. Only patients with a doctor's referral will be tested.

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This is what NJ's first coronavirus patient wants you to know about COVID-19

James Cai of Fort Lee, the state's first coronavirus patient, is at home recovering after 19 days in the hospital.

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Fort Lee man charged with aggravated sexual assault of a minor

The 31-year-old man faces charges including aggravated sexual assault, authorities said.

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Oakland asked for volunteers to help seniors, and the response was 'overwhelming'

The borough has organized a network to assist with errands during coronavirus isolation. And it's all done at a safe distance.

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New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing sells Cresskill mansion for $2.65 million

The sale price marks a steep drop from the $6.9 million the Hall of Famer was looking for when he first put the house on the market in 2015.

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Passaic police arrest a dozen men, including 'known gang members,' in raids of homes

More than a dozen people were arrested in Passaic after an investigation into a stabbing and robbery last month.

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Paterson mayor fills two economic development jobs

Mayor Andre Sayegh announced the hiring of two new employees in Paterson's economic development department.

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'Going from zero to something': Shuttered hospital is Passaic's next redevelopment venture

The five-story building, once the site of St. Mary's Hospital on Pennington Avenue in Passaic, may soon be turned into residential housing.

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Coronavirus NJ: Morris County jail officer tests positive

The Morris County Correctional Facility is being cleaned after an officer tested positive for coronavirus, Sheriff James Gannon said.

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Light snowfall hits parts of North Jersey just days into spring

The wintry mix comes after a week with temperatures ranging from 50 to 70 degrees in North Jersey.

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