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Former Passaic County corrections officer loses appeal of possession of heroin, other charges

A former Passaic County corrections officer convicted in 2010 on charges he smuggled heroin and homemade weapons into the Passaic County Jail lost his appeal Wednesday.

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Registration open for Wiffle for Cancer Tournament

Ninth annual Wiffle for Cancer Tournament benefits cancer research.

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Senate President Stephen Sweeney joins calls for resignation of Newark Archbishop John J. Myers

State Senate President Stephen Sweeney is the latest politician to call for Newark Archbishop John J. Myers to resign.

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Corrections officer who planted drugs, weapons in Passaic County jail loses bid to overturn conviction

Marvin Thompson had hoped to distinguish himself by discovering the contraband and reporting it to his superiors

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Downpour causes delays across Bergen County

Flooding and accidents have backed up traffic in Bergen

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Lap band surgery is a lot of work need to alter eating habits

Christie's lap band surgery will require him to modify his eating patterns

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Hospitals rated for patient safety


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Bergen County Freeholders' budget proposal includes cut in County Police spending

The Bergen County Freeholders on Tuesday introduced a 2013 county budget that slices an additional $2.3 million from County Executive Kathleen Donovan’s spending proposal, including a $900,000 cut in salaries for the County Police.

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Settlement talks between Crossroads developer, residents' group at an impasse

Settlement talks have ended between the developer and a residents’ group over lawsuits filed about a planned shopping center at the International Crossroads.

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