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David Kaczynski, brother of the "Unabomber," talks to two North Jersey middle-schools

This week, David Kaczynski will talk to middle-school students at two North Jersey schools about the very different path that he chose. Seventeen years ago, David made the agonizing decision to approach the FBI with suspicions that his older brother, a brilliant mathematician who suffers from “paranoid type schizophrenia, was the Unabomber.

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Report: Property taxes hit new high in New Jersey

New Jersey’s average property tax bill grew to $7,885 last year, another record high according to newly released state data, and one that appears to be growing slower than it has in past years. But many homeowners face a bigger overall property tax burden despite that slow growth because state tax relief programs have been cut over the years.

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Newark Archdiocese reaches new settlement in decades-old case of alleged sexual abuse

Two men have accused the Rev. John Nickas of sexually assaulting them in the 1970s

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Bergen County Police donate 10,000-pound armored truck to Warren County town

Officials said the vehicle would give police a way to safely transport injured people during dangerous situations

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Movie theaters close, re-open as new companies move in to renovate

As summer blockbusters hit silver screens, some chain-run movie theaters across North Jersey will be closing down or undergoing major face-lifts after being taken over by smaller companies.

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Did IRS target N.J.-based Tea Party groups? Congressman Garrett seeks answers in letter

Garrett sends letter to IRS head Steven Miller seeking details of Tea Party targeting.

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Bergen County exec: Christie was right to veto early voting bill

Kathleen Donovan, a longtime county clerk, said the early voting bill would cost Bergen County millions

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Bergen finger scanning program used to count homeless population expanding statewide

The county contracted with New Jersey Business Systems in 2010 to install and maintain a biometric data management system

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Photos: Bikinis, dresses on display as Real Housewives host Posh Boutique fashion show

Kathy Wakile and Melissa Gorga host annual fashion show

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Faulty alert system upsets firefighter


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