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Korean American Groups Reach Concensus on Comfort Women Memorial

An agreement has been reached by Korean American groups on the language to be inscribed on Fort Lee's Comfort Women Memorial.

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Former Employee Charged in Rivara's Burglary

A man whom Fair Lawn police stopped for allegedly fleeing an accident scene in Paterson Thursday was found to be responsible for a burglary at Rivara's the night before, police said.

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Forum will focus on Bergen County Police's role in county law enforcement

Police Chief Brian Higgins will speak

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Bill Parcells Nominated for NJ Hall of Fame

The former New York Giants coach grew up in Hasbrouck Heights

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FDU eyes two candidates for university president

Candidates will meet the FDU community at town-hall style meetings later this month

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Court throws out seven-year sentence for accused Bloomfield car thief

An appeals panel ruled that a Bergen County judge erred by not informing the jury that it could not hold Fausto Camacho's decision not to testify against him

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22-Year-Old Heights Woman Found Dead in Atlantic City Hotel

The Hasbrouck Heights woman and a 56-year-old Ringwood man were found dead Sunday at the Revel Resort in Atlantic City.

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Fair Lawn Hockey Records Best Season Since 2008

The Fair Lawn High School hockey team, which finished with more wins than any Cutters' team since 2008, should be just as good or better next year.

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Prosecutor: Passaic man stole $75K in cell phones from Clifton company

Edison Polo Jr. sold the phones wholesale over the internet, authorities said

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WrestleMania breaks record for highest-grossing entertainment event at MetLife Stadium

"All the planning proved to be well worth it," Wayne Hasenbalg, president and CEO of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority said

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