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Bergen Prosecutor creates school safety task force for security assessments

Demand has increased since the Newtown school shootings, prosecutor says

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NJ Transit to provide extensive service during WrestleMania week

Train service will be available from Secaucus Junction on Sunday; buses will run to other events

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Winter is coming: Map blends 'Game of Thrones' with New Jersey

The seat of power in "West New Jerseros" is in Seaside, map creator says

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WrestleMania 29 at MetLife Stadium expected to rope in more than $100M

Organizers expect $100 million spent on event surrounding six-day, multi-state spectacle

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Legislative matches taking shape

With a Monday deadline looming, county Republican and Democratic party leaders are finalizing their picks for who will run for state office in North Jersey this fall, with Passaic County's GOP announcing this week three challengers for seats in the left-leaning 34th Legislative District.

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Non-profit events and notes for the week of April 1


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Bergen sheriff, county executive spar over department's contract

Sheriff says county executive has been "purposefully releasing lies" about contract

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Bergen police sick-time use declines with new policies

The Bergen County police chief said the new policies resulted in more than $230,000 in savings last year.

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Emergency construction causing delays on George Washington Bridge

The Port Authority is reporting closures on "at least" two lanes on the eastbound side of the bridge.

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Feds cite Meadowlands Hospital for failing to pay $4.5M in taxes withheld from employee paychecks

In the latest evidence of questionable financial dealings at Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center in Secaucus, the federal government has cited the hospital for failing to pay at least $4.5 million in taxes withheld from employee paychecks — a serious violation that can lead to civil and criminal charges.

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