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5 things you need to know today in Hudson County, Feb. 6, 2015

Christie signs controversial bill affecting Meadowlands, Liberty State Park into law; unvaccinated Jersey City baby could be N.J.'s first measles case this year; fun things to do this weekend and more.

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Hudson Happenings: Top 25 things to do this weekend

Hudson Restaurant Week's last hurrah, the Black Maria Film Festival returns, Hoboken holds benefit for Edgewater fire victims, this weekend's hottest rock shows and more art, music and fun events.

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Fundraiser for fire victims

Rock to Replace, a live music event benefiting the victims of the recent Edgewater fire that destroyed the homes of hundreds of New Jersey residents, will be held tomorrow at the Smokin' Barrel. The fire that caused Edgewater Mayor Michael McPartland to declare a local state of emergency temporarily, destroyed about 240 units in the Avalon apartment complex.

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Movie Timetable

SCREENING TIMES, SUPPLIED BY THEATERS, MAY CHANGE. CALL TO CONFIRM BAYONNE FRANK FAMILY THEATRES SOUTH COVE CINEMA 12 (201-437-6600) American Sniper. (R) Fri.-Sun. 12:35, 3:30, 6:40, 9:50. Black or White. (PG-13) Fri.-Sun. 12:20, 3:45, 6:50, 9:40. The Boy Next Door....

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Bill is introduced in N.J. Assembly for freeze on lightweight wood construction

Two weeks after a fast-moving blaze nearly destroyed an Edgewater apartment complex, a bill introduced in the Assembly on Thursday by Assemblyman Scott Rumana, R-Wayne, calls for a moratorium on new multifamily developments using the same lightweight wood construction while the state evaluates its safety.

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WATCH: Pascrell praises responders to Edgewater apartment inferno

In a speech from the House Floor, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. offered his condolences to the residents displaced by a massive fire at the Avalon at Edgewater apartments and praised the scores of emergency responders who helped battle the...

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Edgewater complex execs patted themselves on the back instead of meeting with burned-out residents

Just one day after AvalonBay employees were accused of causing the fire that displaced 1,000 tenants, AvalonBay's public relations firm asked the county executive to praise the real estate trust at a press conference its top brass refused to attend.

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'That could have been Princeton' - Edgewater inferno leads to calls for Princeton project delay

Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert was joined by Edgewater Mayor Michael McPartland, Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes and Bergen County Executive James Tedesco in front of the planned AvalonBay 280-unit housing development in Princeton.

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Officials in Bergen, Mercer counties call for review of state codes following Edgewater fire

Bergen and Mercer county officials called Tuesday for a review of state building and fire safety codes as they stood near the site of a development planned by the owner of an Edgewater apartment complex partially destroyed last month in a spectacular, quick-burning blaze that shut roadways and schools, spurred evacuations and left hundreds homeless.

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N.J. woman spared prison for aiding drug dealer's escape, report says

Jamie Angle Clayton of Edgewater wired money to the inmate after he walked away from a work detail in 2013

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