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This could be last call for Club Feathers, New Jersey's oldest gay nightclub, owner says

Club Feathers, the oldest gay nightclub in the state, has gone from drag nights and go-go dancers to outdoor dining. It's not enough.

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Edgewater, facing $6M budget deficit, lays off more than 60 teachers and staff

A "perfect storm" of low budgeting in past years and a spike in out-of-district student tuition costs created a nearly $6 million budget deficit.

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Glen Rock native appointed to top spot in Newark Archdiocese

The Rev. John Chadwick will take over a top administrative post in the diocese, spiritual home to 1.3 million Catholics in North Jersey.

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Illegal fireworks are booming in places large and small. What's legal or not across the Northeast

Fireworks are blasting through communities nightly across the nation. Here's what is legal and what's not across the Northeast.

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NJ extends small-business grant program through July 8

Nonprofits and businesses with 25 employees or fewer, and sole proprietors and home-based businesses, can apply for up to $10,000 in relief.

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Fair Lawn embracing '8 Can't Wait' campaign against police violence. Here's what it means

The "8 Can't Wait" campaign outlines eight policies to decrease use of force by police.

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WATCH: Varsity Aces Live talks mascot controversy at Pascack Valley, Pascack Hills

'Varsity Aces Live' discusses the fallout after Pascack Valley and Pascack Hills decided to change their names of their mascots.

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Englewood man charged with defrauding at least three families in $1.5M Ponzi scheme

Federal investigators allege the victims were convinced to invest in the Englewood man's fabricated cosmetics company.

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Sears likely closing iconic Hackensack store, as retailer's NJ footprint dwindles

The Sears in Hackensack may be reaching its final days after an 87-year run.

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Paterson councilman-elect charged in election scandal makes last-minute bid to take office

Accused councilman-elect Alex Mendez is making an eleventh-hour attempt to get a court order that would allow him to take office Wednesday.

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