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Dedication Unveiled for One of Fort Lee's Oldest Trees

The Historic and Environmental Committees encourage nominations of century-old trees for future Arbor Day dedications.

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Fort Lee Human Services Goes Extra Mile for Residents in Need

The department, led by Jillian Raimondo-Langham, goes beyond its statutory requirements to provide aid to Fort Lee residents in need.

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Christie announces $1.3B in capital spending at N.J. universities, with focus on science and technology

State-of-the-art science buildings and laboratories – including multimillion dollar facilities at Rutgers, Montclair State, William Paterson and Bergen Community College — are among the most prominent of $1.3 billion in projects that will be funded by proceeds of a $750 million higher education building bond that voters approved last fall, according to a list released on Monday.

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Scarred by Sandy, Palisades Interstate Park readies to welcome recreation season

Palisades Interstate Park is gearing up for the onslaught of visitors and boaters to the recreation facility heavily damaged by superstorm Sandy. But it remains scarred and under repair.

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Bergen Community College club raises awareness of bullying

The S.P.A.R.K club at Bergen Community College (BCC) has been working to help spread awareness of the problem and offer support to its victims.

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Priest calls on Vatican to investigate Newark Archbishop John J. Myers

The Rev. Michael Fugee poses with two boys during a pilgrimage to Canada in 2010. The Star-Ledger has obscured their faces to protect their identities.Facebook  An influential Wisconsin priest who advocates for victims of sexual abuse has called on the...

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Bergen County Executive Donovan returns to work

Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan returned to an abbreviated work schedule Monday, slightly more than five weeks after she was hospitalized for intense back pain.

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34 new citizens will be sworn in at Bergen County courthouse

The ceremony, planned for 3 p.m., is part of the national holiday Law Day, celebrated on May 1.

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Is your area still damaged from Hurricane Sandy? Send us your photos

NJ.com is interested in seeing photos of areas that are still damaged from the storm

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NJ leads Country in pre-school resources, despite national trend of cuts, report says

Public preschool suffered declines in funding and quality nationwide, but New Jersey continues to lead the country in state resources for pre-kindergarten, said a report released Monday.

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