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GW Bridge electronic message signs arriving on N.J. Turnpike in time for Super Bowl

The road to the Super Bowl will be dotted with high-tech signs

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The stranger in your room: How colleges pair freshman roommates

Area colleges take different approaches to the inexact science of pairing new students

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Democratic candidates demand recordings of traffic stop involving Republican Bergen County freeholder

Democratic candidates for Bergen County freeholder and sheriff on Tuesday called on the county police to release recordings to determine whether they improperly intervened on behalf of a Republican freeholder during a traffic stop last week.

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Democrats demand Bergen County police release recordings of freeholder's traffic stop

Republican Maura DeNicola was pulled over by a sheriff's department officer for driving an unregistered vehicle on Aug. 14

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Did climate change cause Sandy? Christie won't say

Gov. Chris Christie maintained his refusal to acknowledge any role climate change may have played in Hurricane Sandy, calling it "a scientific discussion and debate that I'm simply not engaged in"

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U.S. HUD Secretary tours Sandy-hit towns with Christie, vows to finish recovery job

LITTLE FERRY —The day after his agency’s task force released a comprehensive report on how to strategically rebuild after Hurricane Sandy, U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan today said New Jersey is farther along on recovery than he...

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Super Bowl echoes coming to high school, college football sidelines across North Jersey

The NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee, which has been planning for the Feb. 2 NFL title game for a couple of years, is seeking to make an impact on numerous North Jersey football sidelines this fall.

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Bergen Community College breaks ground on $26 million health center

The college is using $26 million to construct the building

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HUD secretary to update Sandy rebuilding in NJ

U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan will be in New Jersey to update the state's rebuilding efforts in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

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