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Moving: Texan couple faces challenges of tight Bergen County market

As natives of Texas moving here for a new job, Chad and Julie Melton never expected all the challenges they encountered in the Bergen County real-estate market.

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Road Warrior: Where the air is free!


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2.88% raises for teachers


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Thousands attend Jersey Fest at Meadowlands Racetrack

Thousands came out to sample local food, drinks and music at a Meadowlands Racetrack event Saturday that showcased what New Jersey has to offer.

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Tri-state area coaches gather for football safety conference

About 50 tri-state area coaches attended USA Football’s Heads Up safety clinic, which covered concussion protocols and proper tackling instruction amid heightened concerns about head injuries that are sweeping the sport from the NFL to Pop Warner.

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How a wheelchair bound woman completed her first half marathon

Training for a half marathon is an accomplishment for anyone. If you're disabled like Lauren LaPorta, it's downright heroic

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Former officer’s troubles mount

A former Passaic County sheriff’s officer who allegedly crashed into a police car and other vehicles while being chased last month will have his case heard by a grand jury, court officials said Friday.

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Residents near Valley worried about truck traffic

Residents living near The Valley Hospital are worried about an increase in truck traffic during the hospital's proposed 6-year expansion plan

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Assemblyman Schroeder's defense may challenge police statement, search warrants

State Assemblyman Robert Schroeder may attempt to dismiss the statement he made to police.

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State restoration money may be used to repair the Sandy-damaged Hudson River Waterfront Walkway

The Hudson River Waterfront Walkway -- which was badly damaged by superstorm Sandy – may soon be eligible for state restoration money.

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