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Ridgefield moves forward with new borough hall plan

The Borough Council on Monday approved a measure to pay for the initial environmental studies, engineering and design work with a $850,000 bond issue.

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Mr. Tod's Pie Factory owner accuses Englewood of false arrest

The owner of Mr. Tod’s Pie Factory, is claiming in a lawsuit Englewood Police and city officials falsely arrested him in 2017 and ruined his business.

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Rutherford selects architects to design new police headquarters at cost of $766K

At $766K, the firm will design a replacement for a building that has unusable locker rooms, jail cells, evidence vault and communication center.

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Two Bergen County men who killed their mothers are declared legally insane

Eric Kaplan of Fair Lawn and Jesus Lopez of Paramus each could spend decades undergoing treatment for schizophrenia in a mental institution.

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100 Leonia students skip school after alert about threat

About 100 high school students stayed home Tuesday after an alert went out to parents; district officials later said the threat was not credible.

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One person airlifted after a pallet of slate bricks fell on him in Ramsey

The Ramsey incident apparently involved a landscaping company working at a home. A pallet of stone pavers was seen resting against a truck.

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Glen Rock approves $14.7 million school referendum

Voters have narrowly approved a $14.7 million spending proposal for upgrades at four elementary schools, HS media center and Hamilton School field

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Lyndhurst police assist newborn and mom locked in apartment after dad ran out of gas

Mom and baby were trapped in the apartment while dad was stranded on the highway when Lyndhurst police arrived.

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West Milford advertises for administrator after disagreement over ad cost and salary

Three months after removing the town clerk from the administrator's role, township officials have begun advertising for her replacement.

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Bergenfield borough project cost increasing; council approves architect fees

The Bergenfield borough hall project is moving forward with approval of an architect to design the new building.

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