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Celebrating Sukkoth during the time of COVID-19

Sukkoth is the Levie family's favorite holiday. This year they had to alter their plans in the wake of COVID-19 .

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Crumbled tombstones of early Bergen County settlers get TLC from teen

A cemetery with graves from the 1700s was abandoned. A Boy Scout from Pascack Valley High School cleaned it up.

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Overturned tractor-trailer shuts down Route 17 South in Mahwah

It is unclear if there were any injuries when the tractor overturned.

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Postal worker charged after 2,000 pieces of mail, including NJ ballots, found in dumpsters

A 26-year-old postal worker from Kearny faces federal charges after nearly 2,000 pieces of mail, including ballots, were found discarded in dumpsters.

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Upper Saddle River police issue warning on car thefts: Don't confront suspects

Police cautioned that the perpetrators "are not joy-riders" and should not be confronted under any circumstances.

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Five new sexual abuse lawsuits filed against Delbarton School in Morristown

Several clerics who taught at Delbarton, a boys school in Morristown, face new sexual abuse allegations from former students.

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Rutherford stabbing suspect admits to killing brother, court documents show

Officers say they arrived at the scene of the Tuesday night murder to find the defendant's brother dead of multiple stab wounds, laying near a knife.

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Photos: Cork & Keg Liquors in Emerson

Cork & Keg Liquors, a longtime liquor store in Emerson who once feared having to shut down due to an upcoming development in the downtown, has a new location in Emerson.

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Mom-and-pop liquor store threatened by Emerson redevelopment finds new home

The fate of the 40-year-old Cork & Keg was in limbo last year after the liquor store's lease was condemned to make way for a mixed-use development.

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Six Mahwah candidates look to lead a town in transition

The township's traditional non-partisan municipal elections have taken on some partisan undertones.

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