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West Nile infections are down this year, but experts still advise caution

The number of West Nile virus infections from mosquito bites is down sharply this year compared with last year, when 286 people died across the country. But experts say it's foolish not to take basic precautions.

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2013 New Jersey Senate primary results

New Jersey voters cast their primary votes to determine which candidates will appear on October's U.S. Senate special election ballot. Check this page for results.

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Queen of Peace administrators push through contract rejected by teachers

A letter sent to parents stated that faculty members voted to reject QPHS "last, best and final" proposal on July 22. The school , has moved, in accordance with labor law, to implement the terms of the school's final offer. Under federal law, employers can take that step when parties reach a bargaining impasse.

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Former Giants Armstead, Pierce to appear at the NY Waterway in Weehawken to greet fans

Two former New York Giant stars will be at the NY Waterway ferry terminal in Weehawken on Wednesday, Aug. 14, to greet commuters and promote their new business venture.

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Genealogy is a passion for many local residents

Genealogy has become a hobby ”even a career ” for many people in North Jersey. It’s a passion for personal history made easier by the many records available on the internet now through genealogical websites like or

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Drowning of Palisade Park contractor's wife likely an accident, police say

Petrocelli was gone for about 20 minutes before her husband noticed

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Archbishop Myers said he knew nothing about alleged child abuse in Illinois while bishop there

The statements by Archbishop John J. Myers were part of a 2010 deposition released today in a settlement between the Diocese of Peoria and a man who says he was abused by Monsignor Thomas W. Maloney when he was 8 years old.

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Mold and paperwork: Bergen County's Sandy relief groups settle in for the long slog

The Volunteer Center of Bergen County, has been tasked with mobilizing disaster response in the county

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Bergen County Historical Society plans wine festival to raise funds for museum

The Bergen County Historical Society is holding its first wine festival at New Bridge Landing Aug. 24

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