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Canine cop in Maywood tracks down missing people

Remi, a bloodhound in the K-9 unit of the Maywood Police Department, follows a scent trail to locate missing people.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Raw video: Fire at Fort Lee Borough Hall

Raw video: Fire at Fort Lee Borough Hall.
       

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Basement fire causes Fort Lee Borough Hall evacuation

A small basement fire caused borough hall to be evacuated and the gas to be shut off.
       

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Basement fire causes Fort Lee Borough Hall evacuation

A small basement fire caused borough hall to be evacuated and the gas to be shut off.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Emerson redeveloper moves to condemn longtime liquor store

The redeveloper of an Emerson downtown project is moving forward with the condemnation of Cork and Keg's lease, despite efforts to find a new place.
       

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Bergen County man gets six months in prison for health care fraud

An Old Tappan man was sentenced to six months in prison for his role in cheating Horizon Blue Cross and a labor union, federal authorities said.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


New Milford Property Future Site of Knights Field

The barren field that sits between the ShopRite and New Milford High School off River Road is being envisioned by the borough for active use.
       

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Hillsdale police seek help locating man who followed a teenager

A Hillsdale teen was walking home in the borough Tuesday with her dog when a man in a car followed her into the driveway of her home.
       

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Indian Hills HS students unveil mural to warn teens of distracted driving consequences

A brightly colored three-paneled mural created by Indian Hills High School students warns teens of consequences of driving while distracted.
       

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Football coach who sued Dumont and won says borough is going out of its way to bar his return

Former Dumont recreation coach Christopher Snell could receive up to $400,000 under a settlement approved by the council.
       

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