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Ramapo College conference to focus on community resilience planning

Ramapo College is hosting a panel discussion and workshop on Friday for local town administrators and emergency management officials on resiliency planning.

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Sleepy Hollow isn't so sleepy thanks to new television show

In the real village of Sleepy Hollow, where the tour guides say "Halloween is our Christmas," the fall season is even busier than usual

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For Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, fundraiser is a football fantasy

Third annual touch football tournament at MetLife Stadium raises $190,000 for inflammatory diseases.

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Curfews, police patrols will greet Halloween across North Jersey wary of mischief and worse

Police in Bergen and Passaic counties will be out Halloween night looking for mischief-makers and trying to ensure trick-or-treaters' safety

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Photos: MetLife Stadium football tournament raises money for Crohn's and colitis research

“I think it’s such a great outward sign of support for a disease that affects so many people internally."

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Veterans in North Jersey urged to stake their claim to benefits

Veterans can obtain a long list of benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, from clothing to hearing aids and prescriptions to electric mobility chairs. But first they must register with the VA.

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State to review American Dream Meadowlands financing this week

The state Local Finance Board is expected to hold a special meeting late next week to review the a $500 million bonding plan for the American Dream Meadowlands project

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A year-round farmers' market

Farmigo rounds up local produce from the New Jersey and New York areas.

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Prosecutors in N.J. welcome app to track down child predators welcome app to track down child predators

With more than half of all Americans now using smartphones to stay in touch, federal authorities are venturing into new territory in a bid to enlist the public’s help to track down child predators.

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One year after Sandy, 'normal' remains elusive for New Jerseyans hit hardest

After some bitter lessons, a number of underlying problems that Sandy exposed are starting to be addressed, but others remain unresolved.

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