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Body found in Hudson River identified as Fairview man, 20

A body recovered from the Hudson River in New York City has been identified as that of a 20-year-old Fairview man, Port Authority police said Thursday.

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Cops: Man arrested in North Bergen on drug charges had $53,800 in cash

A Fairview man was arrested in North Bergen yesterday after $53,800 and suspected marijuana was found in his home and vehicle during execution of a court ordered search by police, officials said.

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Fairview man facing drug charges in North Bergen had $53,800 in cash: cops

A Fairview man was arrested in North Bergen on Wednesday after $53,800 and suspected marijuana was found in his home and vehicle during a court-ordered search by police, officials said.

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Fairview man charged with breaking into two cars in Jersey City

Bail was set at $30,000 cash or bond today for a Fairview man charged with breaking into two vehicles in Jersey City on Monday and for possessing drug paraphernalia, officials said. Daniel Jozanovic, 23, made his first court appearance on...

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Fort Lee, Fairview to be latest to use Tasers

The Fort Lee Police Department has said it will join a growing list of North Jersey agencies using stun guns. The Bergen County Police Department rolled out Tasers in late July, followed by Leonia last week. And Fairview police may not be far behind.

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Jitney buses inspected in Fairview

Scores of jitney bus drivers are being pulled over this morning by Bergen County Police as part of a courtesy inspection program to promote safe driving and proper vehicle maintenance.

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Bergen County Police SWAT team use stun gun for first time instead of lethal weapon

Two red laser dots may have saved the life of an emotionally disturbed 27-year-old Fairview man who barricaded himself in a bedroom last weekend and lunged for a knife when two Bergen County police officers forced their way in.

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Fairview Police Chief runs 30 hours, 106 miles for Sandy relief

Fairview Police Chief runs 30 hours, 106 miles for Sandy relief

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Fairview's new public works HQ in business


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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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