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N.J. man tricked elderly woman out of $1M, authorities say

He allegedly convinced her to donate more than $1 million to a bogus Christian charity.

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DEP orders United Water to lower Bergen County reservoirs ahead of storm

United Water started releasing water from its reservoir in Woodcliff Lake Wednesday

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School bus crashes in Old Tappan, causing injuries

The accident occurred on sometime before 4:30 p.m. Monday, when the bus collided with a pickup truck.

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6 children, 1 adult injured in Old Tappan school bus crash

Children not seriously injured, police chief says

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Bergen school board official blames 'parents who smoke pot' for opposition to drug testing policy

Karen Fable made the comments while posting in a closed Facebook group, Old Tappan Moms

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Elmwood Park man charged with sexual assault of 15-year-old girl

Daniel Tvert, 31, has been ordered to surrender his passport and refrain from using the internet as he awaits a court appearance

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Police: Drunken Old Tappan woman fled after striking Fair Lawn officer with car

Ana Cifaldi, 44, was also driving on a suspended license and without insurance, police said

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Two Bergen County men indicted in Emerson woman's fatal heroin overdose

Two Bergen County men were indicted Tuesday on manslaughter and drug charges for allegedly supplying an Emerson woman with the heroin that led to a fatal overdose

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NJ Spotlight probe of Sandy funding leads to Hoboken receiving bigger share

Most journalists don't get the luxury to see the direct impact from a news story. But for Scott Gurian, a reporter with NJ Spotlight and WNYC, his report on the mismanagement of Superstorm Sandy money helped several cities receive the proper amount of funding.

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New Jersey Science Convention provides teachers a chance to learn, connect

About 1,100 science teachers attended the two-day convention at the Marriott Forrestal in Plainsboro

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