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Police: Teens crash stolen car in Paterson after chase; 16-year-old seriously injured

The 15-year-old driver was charged with a juvenile delinquency complaint while a 16-year-old passenger was sent to the hospital with serious injuries.

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Paterson mayor's staff gets shakeup with new business administrator

Business Administrator Vaughn McKoy's departure had been the subject of City Hall rumors for months. Sayegh's chief of staff will take the post

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Hamilton Plaza, Paterson's main downtown office building, sells for over $15M

The New York investors are excited to be in the city, the Chamber of Commerce director said, seeing "a great opportunity here."

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Ramsey unveils middle school renovations

Ramsey middle school science room redos part of first year of $49.2 million renovation project

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Bus company ends two routes between George Washington Bridge and Rockland

The Port Authority cut ties with Saddle River Tours, operator of the 11C and 20/84 routes, over "non-responsive communication" and other issues.

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Paterson students can get eyeglasses, job training and do laundry at 'full service' school

The offerings include medical and dental clinics, counseling, job training and tutoring, acquired by teaming up with nonprofits.

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After years of uncertainty, historic Alpine church property sold to another congregation

The historic Alpine Community Church was sold recently for $2.1 million, over $1 million less than originally listed back in 2018.

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Fairview volunteer ambulance corp is latest to fold due to lack of volunteers

Due to lack of volunteers, Fairview has dissolved their volunteer ambulance corps and hired Holy Name Medical Center.

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Mohammed Hameeduddin, first Muslim mayor in Bergen County, will not seek reelection

"I think it's time to give new people an opportunity to run for council and serve the town," Mayor Mohammed Hameeduddin said.

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Electrical work will shut Closter road for four months

A $28 million Rockland Electric reliability improvement project will close a 980-foot section of Blanch Avenue in Closter for four months.

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