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Super Bowl brings need for volunteers

The Meadowlands Super Bowl Host Committee is looking to sign up 22,000 to 23,000 volunteers.

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North Jersey heroin trade is rooted in gangs

The recent arrests of more than two dozen people involved in the regional heroin trade have brought into focus the increasing reliance that street gangs have on drug trafficking, which has become their primary source of income.

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Harry Randall Jr., former Bergen County legislator, freeholder, dies at 86

Harry Randall Jr., the former Bergen County state legislator and county freeholder, taught his four children that public service was an important way to contribute to their community.

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Mother, son headed to prison for roles in 'family affair' heroin business

Lydia Cruz and Irving Sanchez Jr. will serve 10 and five year terms, respectively

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Priest in Newark Archdiocese scandal says contact with kids was 'my fault alone'

The Newark Archdiocese has released a statement citing the resignation letter of the Rev. Michael Fugee, the priest who interacted with minors despite an agreement with law enforcement barring him from doing so. Fugee's actions, disclosed by The Star-Ledger last...

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11 arrested by North Jersey authorities stole more than $150K from victims

The victims were clients who had recently applied for a loan through NJ Lenders Corp. of Little Falls.

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Giant head found floating in Hudson may have had N.J. roots

The Mystery of the Giant Floating Head (via WeirdNJ) No one has yet claimed ownership of a giant head found last week floating in the Hudson River, but we may have scooped the major news outlets on its possible...

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Police arrest 11 alleged members of Paterson-based identity theft ring

The ring stole personal information from a Little Falls mortgage company and opened credit accounts at various department stores, authorities said

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