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Route 17 in Paramus crash scene

Police investigated a crash scene on Route 17 north in Paramus Oct. 15, 2020.

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The Barbie Pop-Up Truck rolling up to GSP on Oct. 17. Here's what will be for sale

The truck, created by the team that made the Hello Kitty Café Truck, will be stocked with retro-inspired goodies.

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Lyndhurst woman killed in hit-and-run in Nutley, authorities search for driver

A 75-year-old woman was killed by a driver who fled the scene in Nutley on Thursday evening, prosecutors announced.

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Pascack Valley High School staying remote through Oct. 28 after another COVID case

Contract tracing revealed a second positive COVID-19 case among Pascack Valley High School's student body.

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Here's where and when you can find mobile COVID-19 testing in Bergen County

COVID-19 tests and flu shots will be made available to Bergen County residents at the following locations through October.

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Multi-car crash shuts down Route 17 in Paramus

A four-vehicle crash, involving a tractor-trailer, shut down Route 17's northbound lanes Thursday afternoon.

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Crash involving tractor-trailer partially shuts down Route 17 north in Paramus

A crash shut down all northbound lanes on Route 17 in Paramus Thursday afternoon, police said.

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Black bear on the loose in Bergen County as sightings in multiple towns continue

The urban sightings coincide with the October bow and muzzleloader hunt for bears that is underway in multiple counties.

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Hasbrouck Heights Halloween House goes all out

A Halloween display so epic, it could not be contained to just one lawn.

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Westwood Regional school district says three COVID-19 cases will not alter reopening schedule

Westwood Regional School District has confirmed three positive cases of COVID-19 in the district, but officials say it will not impact the reopening schedule.

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