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26 Bergen residents take oath of citizenship

They came from 17 countries. There was a couple from Sri Lanka, a 43-year-old woman from Syria, a senior citizen from Mexico, one man from Korea and another from England, and several from Colombia.

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N.J. Turnpike extension to open shoulder as extra lane during Pulaski Skyway repairs

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority also entered an agreement with the state DOT to build 11 overhead sign structures

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Photos: Honey harvested from rooftop beehives at Valley Hospital

The hives are part of an initiative to use more locally sourced food

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Photos: North Jersey H.S. Football games to watch, week of Sept. 27

Here’s a quick look at some of the best Week 3 upcoming matchups among teams within The Record’s coverage area, all of which include at least one team ranked in The Record Top 25.

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Michigan bishop's appointment as coadjutor archbishop in Newark archdiocese is confirmed

Bernard Hebda will assist John J. Myers in running New Jersey’s largest diocese, with more than 1.3 million Roman Catholics in Essex, Union, Hudson and Bergen counties. Myers has been archbishop since 2001.

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Bernard Hebda is named coadjutor of NJ's largest diocese, likely successor to Newark archbishop

Archbishop John J. Myers said the media has distorted his handling of abusive priests and that the archdiocese has acted aggressively to remove them from ministry and supervise them

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Pope names assistant archbishop to Newark

Pope Francis has appointed an assistant archbishop to the Newark archdiocese, the Vatican confirmed in an announcement this morning.

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North Jersey seniors find ways to stay fit

The next time you're at a gym class and you turn to a new member holding a squat alongside you, don't be surprised by his or her age: Nearly a quarter of Americans over the age of 65 today engage in regular physical activity.

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Bergen County attorney, allegedly fired over politics, to receive $250,000 settlement

Kelly Durkin sued Republican county officials in April 2012, saying she was fired for supporting former County Executive Dennis McNerney, a Democrat

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Boys soccer: Ramapo 4, Indian Hills 1


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