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North Arlington firefighters set to receive $300,000 grant

The North Arlington Fire Department will receive nearly $300,000 in federal grant money, Sens. Frank Lautenberg and Bob Menendez announced.

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Hackensack candidates vie for three school board seats

One slate of school board candidates calls for more parent participation in education decisions and improvements in student testing. Their opponents are focused on accelerating the search for a new superintendent.

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Hackensack judge to review complaint on city councilman stealing opponents campaign signs

City police say surveillance videotape shows Kenneth Martin removing four signs that had been located outside the Hackensack Market, at 120 Passaic St. Martin, a retired Hackensack police detective, is running on the Coalition for Open Government line.

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Fort Lee approves budget with $210 tax hike

The average Fort Lee homeowner will pay about $210 more in property taxes this year, with about $128 going to Borough Hall and $82 to the school district.

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Englewood doctor sentenced to 9 years in prison for twin murder plots

Dr. Ajit Jayaram, 65, who practiced in Jersey City, must serve nearly eight years before he can be eligible for parole. In addition to two counts of attempted murder, he was convicted of defrauding the Medicaid program, authorities said.

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6 Year-Old Dies, Wyckoff Residents to Age Gracefully, Saturday Mail Continues Top Local News

Ridgwood looks to change water restriction, Team Up to Tidy Up and Shred Fest by the numbers.

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Wyckoff Kids Help Rescue Gentle Giant

A manatee with red tide poisoning was spotted in the bay of Captiva Island by a group of vacationing Wyckoff residents who ended up saving the day.

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PHOTOS: Team Up to Tidy Up & Shred Fest

Wyckoff resident John A. Unglert documented the environmentally friendly efforts of his fellow township residents through his wonderful photography.

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