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Bergen County taxes to rise under 2013 budget adopted by Freeholders

The budget passed Wednesday cut $2.3 million from the spending plan proposed in January by County Executive Kathleen Donovan

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Indian national charged with stealing company's trade secrets

Ketankumar Maniar had downloaded and forwarded to himself information that amounted to a "tool kit" for producing a self-administered medical pen injector not yet released commercially by Becton, Dickinson and Company, authorities say.

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West Milford man pushes organ donation after getting kidney and pancreas on a mission to share his gift

A West Milford man pushes for organ donations after a new kidney and pancreas gave him back his life

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Bergen County Freeholders adopt budget with tax increase, cuts in police spending

The budget trims about $2.3 million from what was proposed in January by County Executive Kathleen Donovan. The $498-million spending plan will mean a tax increase of $24.63 for the owner of the average home, assessed at $324,200.

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Full North Jersey primary results

Here are the unofficial results for municipal and county offices from Tuesday’s primary election.

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NY rating service gave Palisades Medical Center in North Bergen a credit upgrade

Better financial performance and an increasing number of patients served at Palisades Medical Center led a New York rating service to upgrade the hospital’s credit rating on Tuesday.

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Former EnCap site work coming to a close

Only two of the seven landfills remain as active work site with work expected to be finished by next summer.

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Former engineer at Bergen County based company charged with stealing trade secrets

The arrest allegedly disrupted Ketankumar “Ketan” Maniar’s plan to relocate to India with trade secrets stolen from his employer, Becton, Dickinson and Company, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman said.

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