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S. Korea urges N. Korea to release N.J. college student

Won Moon Joo, a South Korean citizen who attended Tenafly High School, was taken into custody on April 22 after he illegally crossed the Amnok River from Dandong, China, North Korea's state-owned media outlet said Saturday.

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N.J. college student jailed in North Korea says he wanted to be caught

The Tenafly college student jailed for allegedly illegally entering North Korea said in an interview broadcast on Tuesday that he wanted to be arrested and was ready to accept his punishment.

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Site of early women's suffrage effort could be razed, report says

The former Valley Hotel in Tenafly, where suffragists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony were turned away from voting in 1880, could be demolished

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In Tenafly, Miss America has a message for students

TENAFLY - “Be the change and conquer diversity.”

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Miss America speaks to Bergen County students about combating bias

Racism, sexism, homophobia were among the discrimination topics discussed at the second annual Teen Leadership Conference for middle school students at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades in Tenafly. Around 250 students representing 10 schools in Bergen County spent the morning and part of the afternoon discussing the issues in breakout sessions.

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Miss America coming to Tenafly with personal testament to diversity

Nina Davuluri is living proof of her assertion that “the girl next door is evolving.” She’s the first Indian American to win the Miss America crown, an honor previously reserved for faces very unlike hers.

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Dozens of Bergen County mayors deliver meals to seniors

Tenafly Mayor Peter Rustin was one of a dozen mayors and leaders across Bergen County delivering meals this month as part of the annual “Mayors for Meals” campaign to raise awareness of senior hunger in the county’s communities.

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Meetings start for municipal budget in Tenafly

TENAFLY €“ Borough officials met with various department heads to hash out this year’s spending plan and review different requests on Feb. 15.

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