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Two years after damning report, Palisades Park looks for new police leadership

In the past decade, the Palisades Park police force has had four chiefs and gone through a tumultuous time marked by suspensions and lawsuits.

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Mahwah woman stabbed to death was loving mother and entrepreneur, son says

Jacqueline Zimmermann was killed Tuesday by her husband in Mahwah, Bergen County prosecutors said.

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United Way hands out 1.5 million masks to NJ group home residents with disabilities

Networking gets 1.5 million protective masks to people with developmental disabilities. More are available.

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Assembly passes diversity and inclusion bill. Heads to Gov. Murphy for approval

A supporter of the bill in its previous form, Assemblyman Brian Bergen (R-Morris) said he's against teaching young children about gender preferences and sexual identity.

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Sparta Main Street bridge demolition, replacement may take 8 months. Here's the detour route

Sussex County has approved a $1.44 million contract to replace the Main Street bridge in Sparta which also involves moving Newton's major water main.

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Senator Loretta Weinberg through the years

Sen. Loretta Weinberg announced in January that she would be retiring from the senate at the end of 2021.

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Couple marry at Saddle Brook rehab after man's COVID-19 recovery

Angel and Brian Rosenblatt married at the Kessler Rehabilitation Center in Saddle Brook on Jan. 11. Brian is recovering from COVID-19, which put him on life support for nearly three months.

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'Transformative' proposal for Fair Lawn's Dollar Tree property would add 165 apartments

Fair Lawn designated the Dollar Tree property in need of redevelopment, and it soon could have apartments atop retail space.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day became a federal holiday in 1983. But it really began a lot earlier

Before Martin Luther King Jr. Day was a federal holiday, it was celebrated locally by many churches and other organizations. And with good reason.

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Bergenfield family sues over school cafeteria fight that left daughter with ripped earlobe

A teen and her parents are suing several Bergenfield students, the school, the school board and the borough after she was left with a torn earlobe.

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