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Mother of North Bergen man convicted in terror case blames everything on undercover cop

Mohamed Alessa   The mother of the North Bergen man serving 22 years for terrorism-related offenses told The Jersey Journal he was a troubled child and had a big mouth, but was a “chicken” and couldn’t hurt anyone. Mohamed Alessa,...

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Finding authentic Chinese food is getting easier


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State awards region $2.2 million for cleanup


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Fairview's new public works HQ in business


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Council Working to Save Historic Building from Demolition

Rambo's Hotel, one of Fort Lee's oldest buildings and a landmark of the early film industry, could be turned into a duplex without action from the borough to acquire the property.

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Heroin: Suburbia's deadly secret

Once, they were talented athletes, promising students, happy siblings. Now they drive into Paterson, a hub of the regional drug trade, several times a week to buy bundles of heroin, risking violence, arrest and death to sustain $300-a-week addictions. Since the beginning of 2011, heroin has claimed at least 50 lives in Bergen County. It has its grasp on hundreds more.

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Former Passaic County corrections officer loses appeal of possession of heroin, other charges

A former Passaic County corrections officer convicted in 2010 on charges he smuggled heroin and homemade weapons into the Passaic County Jail lost his appeal Wednesday.

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Englewood Cliffs Council planning to introduce municipal budget tonight

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS — Borough officials met on May 4 to discuss final additions to the municipal budget in preparation of introducing the spending plan on May 8.

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Registration open for Wiffle for Cancer Tournament

Ninth annual Wiffle for Cancer Tournament benefits cancer research.

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Ridgewood man to run for Sandy relief funds

Frank Del Vecchio, Fairview police chief and Ridgewood resident, will run to help Hurricane Sandy victims.

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