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Jewish families gather for a fun day on Christmas

The main purpose of the event was to give Jews and others who don’t celebrate Christmas someplace to go on a day when most North Jersey businesses and family destinations are closed.

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Photo: The Cinque family home decked out for the holidays

The displays are so over-the-top and whimsical, the most common question they’ll get from first-time guests is how they’re going to take it all down.

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Bergen County Blue Law won't stop Amazon Sunday delivery

The Blue Laws in Bergen County won't stand in the way of a deal between Amazon and the U.S. Postal Service to deliver packages in the area on Sundays

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Judge freezes assets of Bergen father and son

A Superior Court judge has ordered the the freezing of assets of a Bergen County father and son and their company allegedly involved in scheme that defrauded investors of $3.5, which the pair allegedly spent on homes and fancy cars.

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Students to get alert about sex trafficking

NJ Attorney General sponsors assemblies to warn students of human trafficking during Super Bowl

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Juror information now available by smart-phone app app eases path to jury duty

The new application -- NJJuror -- let's smart-phone users know where they must report for jury duty, where and when, how to get to the courthouse, and important notices, like cancellations.

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Celebrating success: North Jersey's triumphs, tributes of 2013

Much of the year, newspapers focus on things that have gone wrong, in the belief that public scrutiny will eventually make our communities better. This holiday season, however, The Record is taking a look back at some of the most impressive success stories of 2013. They are all reminders of how many things our communities so often get right.

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Review of NJ Transit's response to Sandy finds need for more coordination, places to shelter trains

Flooding to trains in Kearny and Hoboken caused $120 million in damage

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Christmas surprise: One woman's childhood holiday miracle

A giving man and his family receive a heart-warming Christmas delivery

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N.J. now seeing 'regional' level of flu and RSV illness

A handful of flu cases have turned up in the northeastern part of the state.

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