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ShopRite coming soon to New Milford 'will exacerbate' traffic headaches

The soon-to-open new ShopRite in New Milford will be 25,000 square feet larger than one it is replacing. Some in town are predicting traffic problems
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Protected bird nests on soccer field in Teaneck

A protected bird called a killdeer has taken up residence on the artificial turf in the Votee Park soccer field where she has laid her eggs.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Protected bird nests on soccer field in Teaneck

A protected bird called a killdeer has taken up residence on the artificial turf in the Votee Park soccer field where she has laid her eggs.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Missing Fort Lee man found safe

An 87-year-old man from Fort Lee who was reported missing Friday morning was found safe.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Wyckoff fireworks display canceled as other towns wonder if it's worth the cost

The 2019 Labor Day fireworks display has been cancelled in Wyckoff, but a committee has been established to revive the tradition in 2020.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Petition calls for Rutherford to cancel raising of LGBTQ pride flag

A planned flying of the rainbow flag, a symbol of LGBTQ pride, is being met with controversy in Rutherford.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


As big costs loom, is Phil Murphy's $25 million bump for NJ Transit enough?

Gov. Phil Murphy's budget includes a net increase of $25 million for NJ Transit, but the agency has needs that far exceed that amount.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Matthew HIntze named next Fort Lee police chief

Matthew Hintze becomes the 11th police chief in Fort Lee's history May 9, 2019.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Matthew Hintze named next Fort Lee police chief for his hometown department

Matthew Hintze was sworn in Thursday as Fort Lee's next police chief. He takes over for Police Chief Keith Bendul, ending a nearly 30-year career.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Fred Daibes, prominent Edgewater developer, says he is innocent of federal banking crimes

Developer Fred Daibes denied allegations of wrongdoing both in the bank he founded and his vast real estate empire.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


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