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Wyckoff police ask for surveillance video to help solve Chinese restaurant bias crime

New Gourmet Garden Chinese restaurant in Wyckoff was vandalized, with "COVID-19" and "Go home to China" spray-painted on the property.

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Not one, but two progressives go after Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. in 9th District race

Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. faces Alp Basaran and Zina Spezakis, who say the party should go far beyond pushing back against President Donald Trump.

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Cliffside Park High School seniors turn their personal pandemic stories into a book

Cliffside Park students opened up and wrote down their fears, dreams and personal stories in a book, which will raise money for scholarships.

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Man fatally struck on the Palisades Interstate Parkway in Alpine

A 41-year old Brooklyn man was killed after he exited his vehicle because he thought he had hit an animal, authorities said Friday.

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NJ school board member at center of blackface controversy resigns

Dan Eller chalked up his past use of blackface to naivety.

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Week of July 6 commuter guide: NJ Transit full service resumes, private buses add routes

Cash collection will also resume on NJ Transit trains and light rail. Bus will follow in the coming weeks after protective shields are installed.

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COVID testing in Bergen County: Here's where you can get tested

The positivity rate for COVID-19 tests conducted by Bergen County dropped from 2.5 percent in May to 0.7 percent in June.

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Saddle River virtually swears in new council member

John Azzariti succeeds Councilman John DeRosa, who stepped down in June citing professional reasons. He has lived in the borough since 2001.

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Holy Name and Unbridled Heroes Project bring horses to heal hospice residents

In a new partnership announced in June, Holy Name Medical Center and Unbridled Heroes Project will bring horse-assisted therapy to the residents of Villa Marie Claire in Saddle River.

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Northern Valley school trustee who wore blackface is urged to resign during 7-hour meeting

A Northern Valley school board member who wore blackface as an 18-year-old did not step down from his position after a seven-hour meeting.

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