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Armed Robbery, Overnight Parking, Harlem Wizards Top March Paramus News

Take a look at the top 10 March stories.

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POLL: Does Ramsey High School Need More Parking?

Parent suggested adding several 15-minute spots to the school’s lot

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Jazz It Up This Spring

There will be a Jazz concert at the Oakland Senior Citizens Center on April 28, to raise money for the New Friends of Oakland Public Library.

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Main Break Cuts Water to Morlot Avenue Residents, Detours Traffic

Fair Lawn Water Department crews are on scene working to repair a water main break on Morlot Avenue near the train tracks.

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East Rutherford introduces ordinance to create American Dream financing agency

The mayor and council unanimously introduced an ordinance on March 27 to create the East Rutherford Redevelopment Agency, a step they say will move the stalled American Dream Meadowlands project forward.

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Feds cite Meadowlands Hospital for failing to pay $4.5M in taxes withheld from employee paychecks

In the latest evidence of questionable financial dealings at Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center in Secaucus, the federal government has cited the hospital for failing to pay at least $4.5 million in taxes withheld from employee paychecks — a serious violation that can lead to civil and criminal charges.

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Saddle Brook BOE budget will see an increase

The Saddle Brook Board of Education passed the 2013-2014 budget of $31,860,663 on March 27, a 2-percent increase from last year.

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Paramus school board approves $83M spending plan

The Paramus Board of Education officially approved an $83 million budget with a $71 million tax levy for the 2013-14 school year at a meeting on March 21.

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Hasbrouck Heights 2013 budget sees an increase

The Hasbrouck Heights 2013 budget was introduced with a tax levy increase of 1.26 percent or about a $35 increase on the average assessed home.

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Easter Bunny Coming to Ramsey

Have breakfast with him at the fire house this Saturday

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