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Westwood Crossing Guard Struck By Car Suffers Serious Head Injury: Report

Man was working near Berkeley School, police said.

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The 100 'Drunkest' Towns In New Jersey: Westwood Is 58th

Roadsnacks.net has compiled a list of the "drunkest" towns based on the number of available places to buy booze, and using other criteria.

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Westwood Student Named National Merit Semifinalist

Student from Pascack Valley High School is one of the 16,000 semifinalists vying for a National Merit Scholarship.

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Man Who Died After Falling Under Train In Westwood Identified

Daniel Stark, 50, was running alongside the train when he fell under it and his arm was severed, officials said.

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Top 100 Towns In New Jersey: Westwood Is 79th

NJ Monthly released its annual list ranking nearly all N.J. towns based on taxes, crime rate, average home-sale price, among other criteria.

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Westwood A and P Store Laying Off 12 Employees on Thanksgiving

New Jersey-based company files reduction in force notices with Department of Labor.

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BREAKING: NJ Transit Train Strikes Car; Service Suspended

The Pascack Valley Line service was suspended Thursday in both directions because of a motor vehicle strike near Westwood station.

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80 Animals Taken From 'Horrific' Westwood Home, Report Says

Complains are being drafted against sisters Linda McRae and Allyson DiPasquale.

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Westwood Ranked 12th Safest Town In N.J.

Annual safety and security report by Safewise.com says low crime, new police chief make up township's ranking.

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The 50 Safest Towns In New Jersey: Westwood, Hillsdale In Top 20

Safewise released a list released this week of the safest towns in New Jersey, noting that the state’s violent crime is dropping.

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