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Report: Passaic County sheriff's captain awarded $75K in whistleblower case

Capt. Lori Mambelli alleged that civilian supporters of then-sheriff Jerry Speziale were being issued police-style identification cards

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Senate president: Giants, Jets main obstructions to finishing Meadowlands recreational complex

The Giants and Jets are to blame for the current delay in resumption of construction at American Dream Meadowlands, state Senate President Stephen Sweeney said Friday.

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State grant will help complete walking trails in Overpeck County Park

Around 6.7 new miles of trails will be added thanks to the $500,000 grant

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Union, Bergen Regional Medical Center reach three-year pact

Nurses and health care workers will receive a 2 percent wage increase for the next three years as part of a contract settled with Bergen Regional Medical Center this week, union officials said Friday.

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Paterson woman charged with passport fraud

Maria Bravo-Mohica, a native of Peru, presented fraudulent documents when she applied for a passport in October, authorities said

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Weehawken F1 Grand Prix race hires veteran executive: What does it all mean?

Chris Pook knows all about the skepticism that has greeted the Formula One Grand Prix race being planned for Weehawken and West New York, New Jersey – in fact, it reminds him of Long Beach, Calif.

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Weehawken Grand Prix adds key new executive

The organizers of the Formula One Grand Prix auto race in Weehawken, once scheduled for next month but now postponed until June 2014, on Thursday announced the hiring of a consultant to aid in “all aspects of construction, planning, and execution” of the race on the 3.2-mile course.

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Orange & Rockland warns customers of scam artists posing as bill collectors

The New York-based utility serves areas of Bergen and Passaic counties

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Newark Archdiocese pays $650K to settle sex abuse claims against former N.J. priest

The Newark Archdiocese has paid $650,000 to settle claims that the Rev. Carmen Sita, who later legally changed his name to Gerald Howard, abused five boys in a Jersey City parish in the 1970s and 1980s

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