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Tenafly suspends recreation programs after new COVID-19 cases, middle school goes virtual

Several new COVID-19 cases in Tenafly have led to suspension of the borough's recreation programs and the middle school going to an all-virtual schedule.

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Ramsey schools report four new COVID-19 cases but will remain open

The cases involved three people at Hubbard Elementary School and one at Eric Smith Middle School, according to a letter to parents from the district.

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Mahwah High School grad killed in Ohio State shooting 'did everything full tilt'

Chase Meola, who helped Mahwah capture a football championship in 2015, was killed in an Ohio State University District shooting on Sunday.

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Paterson man stabbed by home invader, police say

A 50-year-old Paterson resident suffered four minor stab wounds when he was attacked inside his apartment near Eastside Park Sunday night.

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Facing $750K cleanup, what's next for site of former Paterson dye factory?

The Leader Dye factory was torn down years ago, but the Paterson property still faces an uncertain future.

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Bergen County high school field hockey coach tests positive for COVID-19

A field hockey coach at River Dell High School has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a letter sent to parents on Sunday afternoon.

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2020 freeholder race in Democrat-controlled Bergen County is a sleepy one

Two of the board's seven seats are up for grabs.

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Prosecutor investigating fatal Nutley house fire that killed man, injured wife

A fatal fire in Nutley that killed Joseph Collar, and injured his wife, is under investigation.

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Italian heritage groups gather in Nutley, Belleville to honor Christopher Columbus' legacy

Nutley Unico, a chapter of the nation's largest Italian-American service organization, held a Columbus Day ceremony at Nutley Town Hall on Sunday.

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Man suffers life-threatening wound in Englewood stabbing, police say

A 31-year-old man was stabbed Sunday in a parking lot in Englewood. Police are looking for the assailant, who may have fled in a dark-colored vehicle.

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