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Road Warrior: 'Deforestation' on Route 20?

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Bogota police promote pair to sergeants

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Sex-abuse suit targets Myers' former diocese

While Archbishop John J. Myers is under intense scrutiny for his handling of a Wyckoff priest-abuse case, he is also being faulted by those bringing a civil lawsuit in Illinois.

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Paramus' Chibane Goes to NFL, Cise Awaits Trial in Top Local News This Week

Miss some local news this week? Catch up with the weekly recap!

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New revelations in priest scandal highlight lax supervision by Newark Archdiocese

The Rev. Michael Fugee spent time with the youth group at Holy Family Church in Nutley as well as St. Mary's Parish in Colts Neck, highlighting lax supervision by Newark Archbishop John J. Myers

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Suburbia's deadly secret: A rising death toll offers tragic proof of heroin's reach across North Jersey

Since the beginning of 2011, heroin has claimed at least 50 lives in Bergen County. It has its grasp on hundreds more.

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Police Officers Assaulted, Softball Parent Honored in Top Local Headlines

Missed any of this week's Fair Lawn-Saddle Brook news? You can read it all right here.

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Week in Review: Teacher Layoffs, Contract Expiration in Top Local Headlines

Other stories included an 'airborne' GWB rescue and a Fort Lee resident hit by a car in Ridgewood.

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17 Teens Charged, 4 Hospitalized After Police Break Up Underage Drinking Party

Ridgewood police busted more than 30 teenagers partying at a Rock Road residence just before 1 a.m. Saturday, authorities said.

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Firefighter Lawsuit, Valley Skepticism in Top Local Headlines

Other top stories include Ridgewood eyeing a property in Glen Rock for its new municipal garage, and Glen Rock passing its municipal budget.

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