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Photos: Bergen gun buyback brought in 1,345 weapons, sheriff says

Haul included handful of assault weapons, antique pistols and mortar shells

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Bergen County gun buyback nets 1,345 weapons

Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino said Tuesday he will continue pursuing gun buyback programs like the one his office ran over the weekend that took in 1,345 weapons. The haul included rifles, handguns, 10 assault weapons, vintage firearms dating back to the Civil War and 55,000 rounds of ammunition.

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M&T shareholders approve Hudson City merger, now expected to complete by early 2014

A planned takeover of the largest bank headquartered in New Jersey likely will happen closer to 2014 thanks to an unforeseen delay caused by a regulator’s order to would-be buyer M&T Bank

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Photos: Bergen County Sheriff's Office gun buyback

The Bergen County Sheriff’s Office wrapped up the second day of its weapons buyback program on Sunday, April 14, 2013.

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Former volunteer Passaic County sheriff's deputy indicted on charges he sexually assaulted boy, 13

James Perna, 53, allegedly assaulted the 13-year-old boy on multiple occasions in 2000

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Contact The Record: Were you or a family member at the Boston Marathon?

The Record is interested in speaking to North Jersey residents who were at the Boston Marathon, or had family who attended. Contact reporter Email Denisa Superville.

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Passaic County to host gun buyback May 3-4

Officials said the events will be modeled after successful buybacks held this year in various other New Jersey counties

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Voters in some North Jersey school districts go to polls today

Polls for school board elections open at various times Tuesday and will remain accessible until 9 p.m. in the following North Jersey districts.

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Boston marathon blast won't necessarity force changes in security at MetLife stadium

MetLife Stadium Chief Executive Brad Mayne said Tuesday that the tragedy at the Boston Marathon a day earlier that left at least three people dead won't necessarily force any major changes to security plans for the 2014 Meadowlands Super Bowl.

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Gold, markets plunge on economy fears

The steep fall in most commodity prices led the stock market to its worst day this year, as worries about the global economy resurfaced.

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