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May 27, 2020

ELMWOOD PARK, NJ - A 17-year-old Paterson boy was found underneath Broadway floating in the Passaic River on the Elmwood Park/Paterson border, according to Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella, on Sunday, May 24 at approximately 11:20 a.m. Subsequent to an autopsy, the cause of death was ...

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BRANCHBURG, NJ - A Branchburg family has set up a whimsical display in their front yard to cheer up passerbys and to remind them to keep up the social distancing. An airblown unicorn and narwhal, donning masks, stand six feet from one another with a sign between them that reads “6 feet - ...

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RIDGEWOOD, NJ - Auditions for the Ridgewood Choral’s Florence Reinauer Memorial Music Award of $2,500 and the Marjorie Vandervoort Vocal Award of $1,200 will be held on Saturday, March 7 at the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, 113 Cottage Place, Ridgewood. The auditions are open to high school ...

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Deadline for Entries is March 11 TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey Human Services today announced teens across the state can begin submitting entries for the 25th Annual New Jersey Teen Media Contest, which highlights Human Services’ mission to support families. The contest run by Human Services’ ...

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SADDLE BROOK, NJ - In recognition of nearly a decade of service, members of the First Reformed Church of Saddle Brook, as well many people in the community, sent its pastor Rev. Christopher B. Wolf to Israel in November on a Holy Land pilgrimage to inspire, renew and thank him.  According to ...

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MIDLAND PARK, NJ – Midland Park Jr./Sr. High School has earned a place on the Advanced Placement Honor Roll–a rarity in the state–for the first time since 2013, district officials said. “As one of only 21 high schools out of 866 secondary schools in New Jersey named to the Honor Roll, we are ...

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FRANKLIN LAKES, NJ - Girl Scout Troop No. 97947 won a tree decorating contest sponsored by the Franklin Lakes Chamber of Commerce, using colorful ornaments that symbolized nature. The girls decorated the ornaments for the borough’s Christmas tree in Van Saun Park in Paramus earlier this ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Assemblyman Bob Auth introduced the Stop Social Media Censorship Act, creating a private right of action for social media users whose political or religious speech has been deleted or censored by social media platforms. The bill will also affect those who have been disfavored or ...

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