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Coming Alzheimer's trials need participants

Researchers are entering a key couple of years for Alzheimer's research and clinical trials on prevention may be the key, so trial participants are vital.

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Bike ordinance scrubbed

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Nutley parish, protesters face off over pastor

The pastor of Holy Family Church in Nutley rebuffed victims’ advocates who stood outside the church Sunday, demanding that he resign over a heated controversy surrounding the Rev. Michael Fugee.

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NJ Transit remains silent on how it prepared for superstorm Sandy

As Hurricane Sandy barreled toward the tri-state area, two of the nation’s largest transportation agencies worked to safeguard their systems, moving rail cars and buses to areas they thought would be protected from the superstorm’s wrath.

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Jackson: If D.C. reform kills property tax write-offs, N.J. will feel the pain

Among the 50 states, New Jersey is one of the biggest beneficiaries from the deductions of local property taxes, state income taxes and mortgage interest.

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Many Latino immigrants across North Jersey must rely on wiring gifts, money to mom

Mother’s Day has been the busiest holiday for years for many of the delivery services in North Jersey that help Latinos send packages and money.

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Bergen sheriff dismisses county exec's allegations over handling of explosives

A spokesman for Sheriff Michael Saudino said Kathleen Donovan has "no idea what she is doing or talking about"

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Union reaches new contract agreement at Bergen Regional Medical Center

The 450 local members of the Health Professionals and Allied Employees ratified the agreement last Thursday

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Then and Now: Woolworth Woolworth 5-and-dimes

Today, the mention of Woolworth still brings back a rush of memories.

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