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Rt. 3 west again open to traffic following deadly Rutherford accident

One lane was opened by 9 p.m., others were soon expected to clear Monday night, police said

Dead body found in Passaic River, Rutherford police say

A dead body was found Wednesday morning in the Passaic River, police said.

Officials identify dead man as missing bridge inspector

Passaic City Police and Fire Officials confirmed that the dead body found near the Union Avenue Bridge in Rutherford belongs to the bridge inspector missing since Monday.

Crews battle blaze at Rutherford fast food restaurant

A fire broke out at a Wendy's fast food restaurant on Route 17 in the borough Thursday afternoon, authorities said.

Homeless man broke into Rutherford yoga studio, police say

A homeless man broke into a Park Avenue yoga studio early Tuesday, police said

Rutherford St. Mary To Take Orders For Palm Crosses

St. Mary High School will be taking orders for palm crosses.

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Rutherford High School presents Singin' in the Rain

The 1952 hit musical "Singin' in the Rain" made famous by Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Donald O'Connor will be the 2014 Spring Musical at Rutherford High School presented March 21 and 22 at 7:30 p.m.

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Update: Route 3 East completely shut down in Rutherford, Ridge Road bridge closed indefinitely

Truck doesn't make it under bridge and takes out main structural beam.

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Using banked cap, Rutherford schools introduce budget with nearly $142 tax increase

Mulling over how to utilize the district's banked cap to exceed the state-mandated cap, the Rutherford Board of Education introduced a preliminary budget for the 2014-2015 school year with a 2.5 percent property increase. The budget includes allocations for full-day Kindergarten.

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Why Cafe Matisse in Rutherford stopped serving free bread

Other restaurants are looking at their bread costs.

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