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SWAT team overhaul causing police turf war in Bergen County

County executive, prosecutor at odds over plan for regional SWAT team

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Police Officer Hospitalized After Parking Lot Accident

Fair Lawn police officer Louis Failla transported to Valley Hospital Tuesday after being involved in a car accident in the municipal building parking lot.

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Bloody Real Housewives Brawl Leads To Assault Claims Against Cast Members

Two cast members of the Real Housewives of New Jersey are accused of assaulting a guest the grand opening of a Ridgewood business on Saturday.

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Newest River Edge Pizza Kitchen Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

Open on Kinderkamack Road since early February, River Edge Pizza Kitchen recently celebrated its ribbon cutting ceremony

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New Milford High School Program Highlighted by MIT

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently spoke to NMHS Principal Eric Sheninger on the school's use of OpenCourseWare

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Police: Bergen County bus driver threatened rival with baseball bat

The two drivers worked for competing services that travel between Paterson and the George Washington Bridge, police said

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CFA Gets 400-Bag Donation from Mahwah Kids

The Center for Food Action gave out more food packages last year than it did the year before

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NY's Mini Cupcake Chain Makes Paramus Its Newest Home

Baked by Melissa announces it will soon open at Garden State Plaza mall.

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New Milford Recognizes Top Educator's in Schools, District

During this week's Board of Education meeting, four teachers were honored as Teacher of the Year

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'Saylestock 2013' Festival Coming to Ridgewood April 28

Arts and music festival to benefit Matthew Sayles Foundation, named for a Ridgewood man who died at age 26 after being diagnosed with a rare cancer.

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