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N.J. utilities devising strategies to improve

Expanded work crews, better customer relations, new equipment and a multibillion-dollar plan to upgrade the power grid are among the things North Jersey power companies have put in place or proposed since Superstorm Sandy devastated their assets, left their customers without power for up to two weeks and put a serious dent in their image.

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United by disaster: North Jersey Volunteers continue to boost Sandy recovery efforts

Superstorm Sandy has led to something positive: It created the opportunity for North Jersey residents to form new connections, to carry out acts of kindness and to gain a sense of satisfaction from helping others in need.

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Residents across North Jersey turn in expired medications for disposal

Police departments throughout North Jersey collected unwanted or expired prescription drugs Saturday as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back day.

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Photos: Animals in costume at Bergen County "Magical Pets on Parade"

The event was held to celebrate the county animal shelter's new partnership with Merlin's Kids, which helps match service dogs with low-income families

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N.J. colleges pushing for more on-campus living face vacant dorms, students cite costs

However college officials at Ramapo and William Paterson argue that the downturn in demand for dorms is temporary

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North Jersey agencies to collect unused prescription drugs

The effort by law enforcement agencies in Bergen, Passaic and Morris counties aims to ensure that expired, unwanted prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications are safely disposed.

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Storm layer helped contain spoiled marsh

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Dave Herman, former DJ charged in child sex sting, appears in court

Dave Herman, 77, was ordered detained during the hearing in St. Croix by a federal judge, pending his transfer to New Jersey to face the charge in federal court in Newark.

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Dave Herman, former NY radio personality, ordered back to NJ after Bergen County sex sting arrest

A federal judge in St. Croix on Friday ordered Dave Herman, the former radio personality, to be returned to New Jersey to face charges that he arranged to have sex with a fictitious 7-year-old Bergen County girl, according to court records.

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