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Pilgrim Pipeline Potentially Affecting Ramsey to Present Plans to Public Oct. 21

The company will discuss its plans for oil pipelines that may affect the Ramapo River Watershed, which provides Ramsey's drinking water

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'Studio M School of Fine Art & Gallery' Opens in Ramsey

Studio M offers ongoing classes & private lessons for children, teens and adults. Their mission is to challenge & inspire emerging artists.

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Ramsey Farmers' Market to Hold 'Apple Festival' Sunday, Sept. 28

The Ramsey Farmers' Market has been voted "Best in Bergen in 2013 and 2013" and features fresh, local produce and children activities.

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Ramsey Couple to Adopt Malnourished Dog Found in Paterson Last Month

A Ramsey couple will adopt Bunny, a tan-and-white pit bull mix, that was found malnourished in a Paterson park.

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Nonviolent Crimes Increase, Violent Crimes Decrease in Ramsey

Ramsey saw more incidents of both nonviolent crimes and fewer incidents of violent crimes in the first half of 2014.

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In Ramsey: From Blocks to Broadway

Ramsey, N.J. preschool sprouts talent of young star.

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Ramsey Day 2014 Cancelled, Rescheduled for Sunday, Sept. 7

Due to hazardous weather, Ramsey Day 2013 has been rescheduled for Sunday, Sept. 7.

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In Ramsey: From Blocks to Broadway

Ramsey, N.J. preschool sprouts talent of young star.

Read full article at Patch.com


Nonviolent Crimes Increase, Violent Crimes Decrease in Ramsey

Ramsey saw more incidents of both nonviolent crimes and fewer incidents of violent crimes in the first half of 2014.

Read full article at Patch.com


Ramsey Farmer's Market Offers "Best in Bergen" Sundays

Now at mid-season, the outdoor market explodes with fresh, local, seasonal produce and products from over 40 farmers and food purveyors.

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