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Nephew of Ramapough Indian shot and killed by park ranger loses bid for emotional damages

Carl Mann Jr. was 16 when he witnessed his uncle, Emil Mann, being shot twice outside Ringwood State Park in 2006

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Bergen freeholders override police merger veto, court fight looms

The override will be part of a court battle that will start at a Nov. 7 hearing

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Broomstick boom: Witches are a Halloween hit in N.J.

Witches are a hit this Halloween, as spellcasters are increasingly popular on TV and at the movies

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New health law puts many N.J. college students in coverage limbo

In New Jersey, college students who enrolled this fall were among the first to experience unforeseen changes in the marketplace, with many seeing their annual health insurance costs triple. At community colleges in Bergen and Passaic counties, students lost coverage altogether.

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Analysis: N.J. voters' biggest concern — property taxes — gets little regard on campaign trail

The average property tax bill in Bergen and Passaic counties is $9,785, and no matter who wins the gubernatorial election, that number will rise.

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Defense lawyer says Dave Herman was duped, will fight child sex sting charges

Dave Herman's lawyer says Herman was duped by a female undercover officer who sent him her photograph online and made it clear that “the only way that he could meet her was to have this banter with her about the child.”

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Bergen County freeholders override Donovan veto of police merger

Wednesday’s vote marked the seventh time this year that the freeholders have voted to override a Donovan veto. The issue is headed for a court battle.

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Judge orders Schroeder's property sold at bankruptcy auction

Commercial properties owned by Assemblyman Robert Schroeder will be sold at auction starting Dec. 4 to pay creditors in his bankruptcy case. Court records indicate that recent evaluations of the six properties put their collective value at nearly $4 million.

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