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Thousands gather in D.C. for the 50th anniversary of the march on Washington

Thousands descended on the nation’s capital Saturday to mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington in what was billed as a “symphony of brotherhood,” amid vows to continue the fight against racism in the workplace and the classroom.

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Skies over MetLife Stadium a focus for Super Bowl 2014

The FAA didn't offer details on that this week, but judging by previous Super Bowls, it figures to include a no-fly zone restricting all private, non-commercial aircraft from flying within several miles of the stadium

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Separated Korean families get new chance to reunite

North and South Korea agreed Friday to allow reunions next month of families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War.

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Labor market looking up for job seekers at William Paterson fair

North Jersey job-seekers and their potential employers came to William Paterson University Friday, optimistic that the job market, still struggling to find its footing after the recession, could be gaining momentum.

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Postal worker sentenced to 3 years for stealing $390,000 via fraudulent tax returns

A U.S. Postal Service mail carrier was sentenced to three years in state prison Friday for using his mail route to aid a group of Paterson men who stole more than $390,000 by filing 151 fraudulent state and federal tax returns.

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Bergen Republicans deny rift after county exec snub at Christie fundraiser

Kathleen Donovan was conspicuously absent from a hosting committee at a fundraiser for Gov. Christie Thursday night

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Answering for a $120M mistake: Editorial

Few were prepared for the size or duration of the superstorm and its surge, but NJ Transit had fair warning.

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Lightning strikes ignite fires as storms move through North Jersey

Strong storms swept through North Jersey this morning bringing frequent lightening and 1 to 2 inches of rain per hour.

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Valley hearing adjourned when 130 people show up

A hearing on Valley Hospital's expansion plan was adjourned when too many residents showed up at village hall

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Bergen police, sheriff open probes after officer pulls over freeholder

It began as a simple traffic stop, but it has rapidly ballooned into a controversy fraught with politics as two of Bergen County’s law enforcement agencies conduct what appear to be dueling investigations.

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