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North Bergen, New Jersey is located in Hudson County. Zip codes in North Bergen, NJ include 07047. The median home price in North Bergen is $299,000 which is roughly $182/per square foot.

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6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Dominican-American Parade of Hudson County 2014

The Dominican-American Parade rolled down Bergenline Avenue starting in North Bergen at noon on Sunday. The parade, attended by thousands of onlookers, proceeded on Bergenline Avenuen throug West New York and ended at 43rd Street in Union City.

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17 hrs ago | The Hudson Reporter

Hudson County's changing Jewish landscape Temples merge, move,...

"Unfortunately after 91 years of existence, the membership of Temple Beth El of North Bergen has gotten to a point where we can no longer survive on our own," said Craig Bassett, president of the board at the temple, last week. Beth El, located at 300 75th St., held its final service in May of this year.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Hudson Reporter

Starting school right Back-to-school drive provides free school supplies

A parade of kids made their way around the tables inside the North Bergen Recreation Center on Tuesday, Sept. 2. They selected items from a vast array of supplies in preparation for the upcoming school year.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Paramus Post

Hackensack University Health Network Welcomes Palisades Medical Center as a Full Member of the ...

Hackensack University Health Network is pleased to announce Palisades Medical Center will be joining its Network as a full member; marked by a formal Letter of Intent signing ceremony today. This LOI is expected to lead to a definitive agreement between the two organizations in the coming months.

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The Jersey Journal

Dominican-American Parade is Sunday along Bergenline Avenue

The Dominican-American Parade of Hudson County committee will begin its annual celebration tonight with a dinner at 6 p.m. at the Greycliff restaurant in Moonachie. On Sunday, the seventh annual parade along Bergenline Avenue in North Bergen, West New York and Union City will start at noon at the intersection of 79th Street and Bergenline Avenue and will proceed south along Bergenline to 43rd Street in Union City.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Religion Notes

The Our Lady of Grace Church, 400 Willow Ave., Hoboken, will have a new children's choir for kids ages 7 to 12. The choir will be led by Dr. Merry Naddeo, the church's new organist and music director. For information, call 201-659-0369.

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Freshnews

Vitamin Shoppe Announces CEO Plans To Retire Next Year

The Vitamin Shoppe , a leading health and wellness retailer, reported today that after eight years of dedicated service and outstanding contributions to the Vitamin Shoppe, its Chief Executive Officer Tony Truesdale announced his intent to retire on June 27, 2015 to spend more time with his family and his external Board work. The Board of Directors of the Vitamin Shoppe will be commencing a search for a new Chief Executive Officer, which will include both internal and external candidates, who will then implement the next stages of the Company's long-term growth plans.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Dominican pride will be on display Sunday at North Hudson parade

The parade will start at noon at 79th Street and Bergenline Avenue in North Bergen and then march south on Bergenline through West New York. The parade will end at 43rd Street in Union City.

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NorthJersey.com

CEO of Vitamin Shoppe in North Bergen to retire in 2015

The company, which makes and sells vitamins and nutritional products, said it will begin searching for a new CEO. Truesdale said he is leaving to "spend more time with my family and pursue my other health and wellness passions."

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The Jersey Journal

North Bergen's Palisades Medical Center set to join Hackensack University Health Network

Just steps from the Hudson River on the North Bergen waterfront, officials announced this morning that Palisades Medical Center will join a major New Jersey health organization. Palisades Medical Center will soon become a full member of the Hackensack University Health Network.

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The Jersey Journal

HackensackUHN welcomes Palisades Medical Center as full member of its network

Robert C. Garrett, president and CEO of Hackensack University Health Network, speaks at the formal Letter of Intent signing ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, welcoming Palisades Medical Center in North Bergen as a full member of the Network.

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The Jersey Journal

America's Most Celebrated Butcher: Pat LaFrieda talks about business, meaty new book

"In the U.S., it's usually the third generation that fails,'' butcher Pat LaFrieda says. "There's a lot of weight on my shoulders.'

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

The Sweet Science

Danny McDermott Could Still Be A ContenderRead More

There are too many good people in New Jersey for it to be rightfully derided as The Armpit of America. Yes, yes, so the brand of moron specific to that region can possess a specific blend of nacho-cheesy exterior, and speech betraying a gleeful distaste for intellectual curiosity, and an un-earned and grating tendency to possess an elevated sense of worth commensurate with the circumference of out-sized biceps, in direct counter-proportion to the underdeveloped calf muscles which lay flat with vestigial flare.

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NorthJersey.com

Trial for North Bergen DPW official accused of misusing employees set for next year

Timothy J. Grossi, deputy director of public works and the township's fourth official in that department to be accused of misusing employees, has pleaded not guilty. Grossi allegedly ordered subordinates working on North Bergen time to serve as personal handymen for him and others and to help with political campaigns.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

The Jersey Journal

9/11 ceremony at Jersey City's Empty Sky Memorial reflects, finds hope 13 years later

Nearly 13 years after thousands gathered at Liberty State Park to watch the World Trade Towers tumble and smoke fill the clear blue skies above Lower Manhattan, a few hundred people gathered today to mark the anniversary of 9/11 in the shadow of the new One World Trade Center. Today's event, organized by the New Jersey 9/11 Memorial Foundation, was held at the gleaming two-walled Empty Sky memorial on the banks of Jersey City inside the state park.

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The Jersey Journal

Hudson runners begin cross country season at Randolph Invitational

Runners from various Jersey City schools prepare to compete in the Jersey City Cross Country Championships on Oct. 15, 2013 at Lincoln Park. RANDOLPH- Both on the trails and in the sky, the 2014 Hudson County cross country season got off to a flashy start Saturday night.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

The Jersey Journal

9/11 ceremony at Jersey City's Empty Sky Memorial reflects, finds hope 13 years later

Nearly 13 years after thousands gathered at Liberty State Park to watch the World Trade Towers tumble and smoke fill the clear blue skies above Lower Manhattan, a few hundred people gathered today to mark the anniversary of 9/11 in the shadow of the new One World Trade Center. Today's event, organized by the New Jersey 9/11 Memorial Foundation, was held at the gleaming two-walled Empty Sky memorial on the banks of Jersey City inside the state park.

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The Hudson Reporter

Carnivals, cultural festivals, and citizenship classes Library offers ...

The fall program season at the North Bergen Public Library begins on Sept. 15 and runs until Dec. 12. During that time town residents can choose from a wide assortment of programs, from early childhood games, stories, and tutoring straight through to movie matinees for seniors, and all varieties of education and entertainment in between.

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NorthJersey.com

Meat tips from a celebrity butcher

If you love meat and only buy one book this year, make it Pat LaFrieda's "Meat: Everything You Need to Know." The Ridgefield resident, arguably America's most famous butcher, chronicles the rollicking story of "how, against all odds, I took a struggling family business and built it into a national brand," thanks to the chopped beef his North Bergen-based company makes for famous spots such as Shake Shack and the steaks he ages for tony restaurants such as Minetta Tavern.

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NorthJersey.com

The food of the "Real Housewives"

Teresa Giudice's Fabulicious cookies.It must be great to be a reality TV star: You can put your name on pretty much anything and someone will buy it. Hence the handbags, hair products, T-shirts, sex toys, self-help books and multiple forms of booze that various "Real Housewives" have unveiled since Bravo started turning rich, mouthy women into celebrities.

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