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North Jersey kids prepare for a real Halloween after storms

Many North Jersey children who have never truly experienced a real Halloween after a nor’easter and Superstorm Sandy caused back-to-back cancellations, and many municipalities, schools and local organizations are working hard this year to give families something special to celebrate.

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On Sandy anniversary, Christie applauds progress, vows to help those without homes

On a 10-stop tour of communities hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Chris Christie tells communities they will not be forgotten

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'The Voice' 2013 recap: N.J.'s Jacquie Lee, Caroline Pennell ushered into live rounds

Matthew Schuler also makes it through; the live shows begin Monday.

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Raise the minimum wage, Bergen NAACP says

Proponents say $7.25 an hour isn't livable

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Local officials see Super Bowl opportunity, but need private funding

Local officials have high hopes for Super Bowl 2014

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The compost Super Bowl: NFL environmental director outlines big-game green efforts

MetLife stadium will be the first to host a Super Bowl that will remove food from the waste stream

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Motorists urged to remain alert

The Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife urges motorists to remain alert this fall

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Group misses required signatures to put Blue Law question on ballot

On Nov. 5, Bergen County voters will not have the option of choosing to repeal the county's blue laws, after a petition to place the question on the ballot came up short by more than 50,000 signatures.

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Weather forecasters have come a long way from jokey broadcasts and inaccurate predictions

As they proved last year with Superstorm Sandy, today's forecasters can be extremely accurate

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After Sandy, generators are NJ homeowners' new necessity

With Superstorm Sandy still an open wound for so many, people by the hundreds are taking preparedness to a new level ” spending thousands of dollars on standby generators that automatically snap into action seconds after the electricity goes out, restoring power to an entire home.

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