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Folkd singer aids bone marrow donor testing

For Robin Fineman, a benefit concert featuring folk singer Peter Yarrow is another chance at improving her son’s health, as well as the health of others around the world.

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Photos: Endangered Species Day at the Bergen County Zoo

The zoo hosted special tours and educational events on Friday aimed at raising the profile of threatened animals

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Iceman came and went through Vernon

Now playing at a theater near you--"The Iceman," a new movie based on the life story of Richard Kuklinski (1935-2006), the North Jersey mob contract killer and freelance murderer whose arrest and conviction made such a splash back in the late 1980s.

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American Dream expansion approved by New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority

American Dream expansion has been approved by New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority. Check back for more on this developing story.

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Sports Authority clears way for American Dream amusement, water parks

The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority cleared a number of hurdles toward reviving work on the long-delayed project

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Paterson officials raise concerns about 'urban profiling' by neighboring police

Woodland Park and Haledon have already threatened lawsuits over the allegations

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NJSEA expected to vote on American Dream project today

Board approval could kick-start the project after more than a decade of delays

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4,500 students taking part in teen arts fest at Bergen Community College

Students will present more than 150 performances and 450 pieces of visual art

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Symposium at FDU to tackle lessons learned in superstorm Sandy

TEANECK — Some lessons are learned the hard way, in extraordinary circumstances. Law enforcement, emergency management, public utility, healthcare and corporate professionals will father at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Metropolitan Campus June 12 to examine the lessons learned during superstorm Sandy....

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