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Superstorm Sandy caused tremendous damage, as well as hardship and loss of life, in communities across New Jersey - with a total of over $37 billion in physical damages alone, according to a Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration study released in October 2013.
Bring your own bottle Korean restaurants want to change a state law to allow the serving of soju, a popular distilled liquor.
A judge on Monday tossed out a challenge from a rival bidder to the award of a nearly $66 million contract to build a new justice center and parking deck next to the Bergen County Courthouse in Hackensack.
Authorities arrested a 30-year-old city man Sunday morning on charges of driving while intoxicated, eluding a police officer and obstruction, as well as 13 motor vehicle summonses.
A Hudson County man is hoping to be reunited with his 13-year-old daughter, who was detained crossing the border.
Since she moved from a single-family home to an apartment in downtown Englewood, Linda Kourakos has been able to spend less time in the car and more time on foot.
First-time buyers Kyle and Wanda Conboy faced facts and accepted that if they wanted to move to Manhattan Terrace in Dumont, Kyle's hometown, they'd have to find a property in need of some updating.
Hundreds of friends, family and former colleagues gathered in Fort Lee on Sunday to pay their final respects to Rebecca Serkey, the former Bergen County paramedic who died earlier this month in New Mexico when her medical helicopter crashed while flying to pick up a patient.
Greater need, fewer donations - it is the annual summer plight of food pantries in North Jersey and around the state.
Kevin Macfie, left, and Adnan Manla, both in Bergen County Jail for failing to pay child support.
A 23-year-old North Bergen man faces charges in connection with a deadly hit-and-run in Carlstadt early Saturday, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said.
A Ridgewood, New Jersey man is taking a 10,000 mile motorcycle journey around the continental U.S. to raise money and awareness for seriously injured veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.
The owners of a Bergen County moving company provided artificially low estimates to customers and then threatened to drive off with their belongings if they didn't immediately pay as much as double the original quote, the Attorney General's Office said.
Golfer Leo Lee of Wyckoff was off to a great start at his first New Jersey Junior Championship, which kicked off yesterday in Union at the Suburban Golf Club and ends today.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 04:58 am
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