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Lawyer for embattled priest questions whether he was supervised to omit scrutiny

The lawyer for Michael Fugee, who is accused of violating an agreement to not work with children, said there is no provision in that agreement that he be supervised by a high officials in the Newark Archdiocese.

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Road Warrior: Let's add color to disabled tag crackdown on previous columns


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Ridgefield shelves move to designate vacant land for seniors housing project

Opponents of plans to convert 1.26 acres of open space off of Shaler Boulevard into a site for senior public housing claimed a victory Tuesday when the Borough Council tabled votes that would have approved a lease agreement and converted the land to a developable site.

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The Record, NJMG community papers earn top honors from journalism society

The Record received six first-place awards in the New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists’ prestigious Better Journalism contest for 2012, the organization announced Tuesday.

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Kinderkamack Road opened after crews repaired electrical and water lines

Traffic began moving again, but slowly, Tuesday evening along a major thoroughfare that had been shut off as utility crews worked to repair electrical and water lines damaged late Monday night.

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Fort Lee Taekwondo Stars Qualify for World Championships

Four of the nation's best taekwondo practitioners are headed off to Spain this October.

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Jackknifed tractor trailer closes upper level of George Washington Bridge

"Motorists should consider alternate routes," reads an alert on the website.

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Report: 61 bomb threats force evacuations at N.J. schools this year

State data shows at least 61 bomb threats have forced evacuations of New Jersey schools so far this academic year, including five in Bergen County and seven in Passaic County.

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Heat wave to end May, begin June in North Jersey region

90-degree highs are projected from Philadelphia to New York City Thursday through Saturday.

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Man jumps to his death from George Washington Bridge

The man, whom authorities have not yet identified, jumped from southern side of the New Jersey half of the bridge, a spokesman said

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