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Volunteer firefighters, coaches and ambulance squads are disappearing in NJ. Now what?

The theoretical next wave of volunteers is strapped for cash, stressed for time and stuck to a screen.

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Wallington street still can't sleep a year after asking Passaic to tone down blinding lights

In January, when the lights were still shining into her home, Romanyk reached out to for help.

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It's not a 'real bagel' unless it's made in NJ — or has this Bergen company's ingredient

The Malt Products Corporation is a family-owned business that grew from humble beginnings to selling world-wide. Its malt can be found in vegan burgers and more.

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Meet your local disease detective: Kevin McKay was at the forefront of the measles crisis

Epidemiologist Kevin McKay was at the forefront of the measles crisis while working at Rockland County Department of Health.

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Hackensack district fires its attorney after legal fees skyrocketed, but won't say why

It's not clear whether the search for new lawyers was related to the fees, but it's rare for a school board to make such a switch mid-year.

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Car crashes at Paterson bodega — again — leaving driver seriously injured

The driver, in his 40s or 50s, was unconscious when he was pulled from the wreckage and taken by ambulance to a hospital, firefighters said.

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City of Passaic police chief credits decrease in crime to substation, aggressive efforts

Community response officers and the addition of school resource officers have increased residents' trust in police officers, the chief said.

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Pompton Lakes turns 125 thanks to a donkey-owning inventor, 'boroughitis' and 17 votes

The borough was carved from a larger township in 1895 with the help of H. Julius Smith, who served as its first mayor until his death in 1901.

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When Zevy's Pizza opens, Fair Lawn will have more than a dozen pizzerias

With Fair Lawn's newest kosher pizza spot, Zevy's, the borough now has more than a dozen pizzerias.

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Stand Up Speak Out

Stand Up Speak Out program, in Englewood, stands up against hate. Sunday, February 9, 2020

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