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Ridgewood officials hope lessons learned from social media incident

Amnesty period to delete nude photos ended Monday.

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Nutley veterinarian commended for Sandy help

The Nutley Board of Commissioners on Tuesday commended Dr. Louis J. Crupi for his efforts during Super Storm Sandy.

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Experts set to testify for village in Valley expansion hearings

Valley Hospital application hearings scheduled to begin April 2.

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Bergen County job fair attracts 3,000 job seekers

Every employer that had a table had to have real jobs to fill.

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Ridgewood officials says village schools too full to receive Midland Park students

Ridgewood will not enter into a sending/receiving arrangement with Midland Park.

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Oradell: Police Blotter, March 21

Weekly report from the Oradell Police Department.

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Bergen, Passaic ShopRite employees to be featured on Cheerios boxes

Each winning supermarket chose two employees to represent their store on the special Cheerios boxes.

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Oradell girl is North Jersey Spelling Bee champ

Indrani Das, an eighth-grader at River Dell Middle School in River Edge, won the 76th North Jersey Spelling Bee at Bergen Community College on Thursday night.

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Governor Christie urges Bergen GOP to unify for fall election campaign

Several candidates who are running this year are counting on the benefit of having Christie at the top of their ticket at a time when his poll numbers are running high. Christie said he is glad to be ahead in the polls, but reminded the audience that he won the governorship while losing Bergen County by only 6,000 votes.

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Public hearing on $58.4M school budget in Ramsey set for March 27

Would require average tax hike of about $15 for local school purposes

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