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'Going from zero to something': Shuttered hospital is Passaic's next redevelopment venture

The five-story building, once the site of St. Mary's Hospital on Pennington Avenue in Passaic, may soon be turned into residential housing.

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Coronavirus NJ: Morris County jail officer tests positive

The Morris County Correctional Facility is being cleaned after an officer tested positive for coronavirus, Sheriff James Gannon said.

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Light snowfall hits parts of North Jersey just days into spring

The wintry mix comes after a week with temperatures ranging from 50 to 70 degrees in North Jersey.

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After a rise in people picking up free meals, Paterson adds two more distribution sites

After giving out about 40,000 free meals to Paterson students this week, education officials have decided to open two new distribution sites Monday.

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Coronavirus: Health alert issued for those who visited Ulu Cami Mosque in Paterson

A health alert was issued Sunday for individuals who attended a funeral on March 12 at the Ulu Cami Mosque in Paterson.

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Paterson church holds outdoor service allowing for social distancing

First Bethel AME Church in Paterson holds services in the church's parking lot to help prevent spreading the coronavirus on March 22, 2020.

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Inmates quarantined at Bergen County Jail after officer tests positive for coronavirus

Fifteen inmates in Bergen County have been placed in self-quarantine as a precaution after a corrections officer tested positive for coronavirus.

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Ridgewood restaurant owner delivers gourmet meals to busy hospital workers

Linda Mayisoglu started by feeding her daughter, a nurse who had no time for breaks, and the project sprouted from there, providing gourmet fare.

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State ethics board calls for Paterson BOE member's removal

The NJ school ethics commissiono has said that Emanuel Capers should removed from the Paterson Board of Education.

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Coronavirus in NJ: ICE detainees at county jails sue over spread of virus, demand release

ICE detainees held in Bergen, Hudson, and Essex county jails sue, claiming chronic health conditions make them vulnerable to COVID-19.

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