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Wawa construction begins in Ramsey

The borough rejected the store and gas station proposal in 2016. However, a state Superior Court judge overruled the borough in 2017.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Renovating Ridgewood Water offices at former Elks lodge could cost more than $1.6 million

With the village buying the club building, the utility must now decide whether to renovate it or build a new headquarters.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Ridgewood


Luggage snatched by two men near Montclair's Bay Street train station, say police

Two men in a sedan robbed a pedestrian of his duffel bag last week, steps from Montclair's Bay Street train station platform, police said.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Local


Lead in NJ drinking water: Suez adds more anti-corrosion chemical to water supply

The move comes just weeks after Suez reported lead levels still hovered near the EPA action standard in its system for Bergen and Hudson counties.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Number of nuns are dwindling, but these Jersey millennials are still hearing the call

For decades, many nuns worked in parishes, schools and hospitals. They now play a far less visible role, but some communities remain strong.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Man hospitalized after car hits tree, catches fire on Route 208

Bergen County Fatal Accident Investigation Unit was on scene, authorities said.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Man hospitalized after car strikes tree, catches fire on Route 208

The details of the injuries were not available, but the Bergen County Fatal Accident Investigation Unit was on scene.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


Paterson Board of Education pays $1 million for retirees’ sick time

In 2010, the state set a $15,000 limit on payouts for unused sick days for school districts. But the cap applied only to people hired after June 2007.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Local


West Milford and residents share cost to pave dirt roads near Route 23

A special road improvement program in the township will require 20 property owners to pay $7,500 each over the next 10 years.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Local


Fair Lawn is the starting point as monarch butterflies head to Mexico

Monarch butterflies were the main attraction at the annual Butterfly Festival, at the Garretson Forge and Farm. Sunday, September 8, 2019
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


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