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Study Ranks Fort Lee Borough Website at 10

University examined more than 500 municipal websites.

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2 N.J. men convicted on terror-related charges got in jail fight, possibly affecting sentences

How the jailhouse fight — and a host of other factors being argued in the run-up to the sentencing of Alessa and Almonte — affect the men’s prison sentences will be decided soon

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Englewood Parking Dispute Leads to Weapon, Drug Charges

Fort Lee man had pills and pot, police say.

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Fort Lee Community Center Lights it Up Blue for Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month. Share your stories.

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2 N.J. men who admitted to terror plot could face stiffer sentence after fight in jail

Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew Kogan indicated the government plans to use the incident to push for a harsher sentence, arguing they remain prone to violence

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Why have a county PD? Bergen forum will explore controversial local issue

Bergen County Police Chief will speak about agency's work as freeholders prepare for another merger vote

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George Washington Bridge going blue for autism awarenes

The effort is part of Autism Speaks’ “Light it Up Blue” campaign

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Ramapo High alum, former 'Idol' star opens Yankees season with national anthem

Constantine Maroulis was a 2005 "American Idol" contender and starred in "Rock of Ages" on Broadway

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Fort Lee Principals Throw Support Behind Amato for Superintendent

Fort Lee's administrative group publicly gives support to Dr. Sharon Amato, asking Board to appoint her Superintendent of Schools.

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Prospect Park woman charged with manslaughter in death of four-month-old son

Karen Stewart, 24, assaulted the boy after he would not stop crying, authorities said

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