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Oradell Attorney Challenges Hekemian Expert and More in the Week in Review

Catch up on the top stories in River Edge and Oradell this week.

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Bank Heist, Child Porn Charges, Approved School Budget in Top Local Headlines

Other top stories this week include a bomb scare in Ridgewood, Glen Rock teens receiving unsolicited porn on their smartphones.

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Missing Woman Found, Residents Cross Examine Hekemian Expert, This Week in Local News

The week in review in New Milford--read all last week's top stories.

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New Superintendent, School Budget Approved This Week

Top Ramsey Patch news of the week includes Ramsey's SAT scores and a business anniversary

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NJ First Lady in Mahwah, Kids Gets Pornographic Texts This Week

Top Mahwah Patch news of the week includes the Dress Barn HQ groundbreaking and a fire started by bottle rockets

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Bank Robbery Suspect Apprehended, Interim Manager Chosen in Top Local Headlines

Missed any of this week's Fair Lawn-Saddle Brook news? It's all right here.

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Parents feel glee, disappointment in charter school lottery

Parents gathered at the Bergen Arts

Read full article at NorthJersey.com


Library director hope smart phone app will help slow declining circulation Libraries look to connect

The Wayne Township library already has released an app, and the Bergen County Cooperative Library System plans to laucnch one this year, that give users wide access to online library resources, right on their smart phones or tablets.

Read full article at NorthJersey.com


Embattled Rutgers athletic director gets hero's reception in hometown Oakland

Tim Pernetti, a commissioner in the Oakland recreation program, was the subject of a tribute Saturday by about 80 softball players, who unfurled a banner that said, "We Play for Pernetti."

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