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New Homes For Sale in Mahwah This Week

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New Homes For Sale in Fair Lawn, Saddle Brook This Week

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New Homes For Sale in Paramus This Week

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New Homes For Sale in New Milford This Week

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Oradell council explores options on United Way housing

The Oradell Borough Council is reconsidering a United Way proposal to build special needs housing on a site near Kinderkamack Road.

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Paramus council promotes Guidetti to police captain

Guidetti will fill the position vacated by Deputy Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg, who was recently promoted.

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New Homes For Sale in Teaneck This Week

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New Homes For Sale in Fort Lee This Week

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Residents elect two, approve budget and question in Wood-Ridge

Wood-Ridge residents approved the school budget and a question and elected two people to the Board of Education on April 16.

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Fair Lawn Superintendent will talk about School Performance Reports

Residents interested in learning more about the state's School Performance Reports and how Fair Lawn fared in them can attend a Board of Education meeting on April 22.

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