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Person trapped after trench collapses in Pequannock Township

An unidentified man was trapped in a collapsed trench at the Knights of Columbus site, on Lincoln Park Road.
       

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Driver falls asleep at wheel, knocks down utility pole in Hackensack

The driver told police he fell asleep at the wheel before knocking down a utility pole.
       

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Jet Ski rented by missing Montclair couple is recovered

The watercraft was recovered off the coast of Guadeloupe by a French navy ship, according to Nation News, a Barbados newspaper.
       

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Paterson man in critical condition after beating outside bar

A sheriff's officer on routine patrol found the victim, who had been beaten unconscious during a fight outside a bar in the city.
       

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Photos: A Day at Van Saun County Park

Visitors enjoy spending time at Van Saun County Park in Paramus on 07/07/19.
       

Read full article at NorthJersey.com - Bergen


World Cup reaction captured in Bergen County

Local soccer fans watched the World Cup from local bars in Bergen County to watch the US win the World Cup. Sunday, July 7, 2019
       

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USA wins World Cup, fans celebrate in Teaneck

Bergen County soccer fans went to local bars, including Tommy Fox's in Bergenfield and The Cottage, in Teaneck to cheer on the US in the World Cup.
       

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Bergenfield welcomes new fire apparatus

The Bergenfield Fire Department welcomes two new apparatus with a dual wetdown on West Clinton Avenue on Saturday, July 6, 2019.
       

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Oldest house in Paterson damaged in overnight fire

An 18th-century Dutch Colonial building considered the oldest house in Paterson was damaged in an overnight fire authorities are calling suspicious.
       

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Sprinklers then Mother Nature help to beat the heat in North Jersey

People in Eastside Park in Paterson on Saturday afternoon find a way to cool off thanks to some sprinklers and Mother Nature.
       

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