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Bob's Discount Furniture is moving 1.5 miles south on Route 17 north to the former Fortunoff Backyard Store. The former Fortunoff Backyard Store on Route 17, one of Paramus' most challenging retail vacancies, has landed a new tenant - Bob's Discount Furniture - after being mostly vacant for more than five years. Comment?
Harold Effron, whose volunteerism and civic involvement gained him admiration in the Pascack Valley and a Citizen of the Year award, died last Wednesday at his Woodcliff Lake home. He was 88. Mr. Effron, a Democratic councilman in Woodcliff Lake in the 1970s, was an honorary firefighter there and in Park Ridge, where he owned a prominent downtown commercial building. Comment?
NJ Transit police are investigating an accident involving a man who was fatally struck by a northbound train on the Pascack Valley Line shortly before 8 p.m. Thursday, authorities said. None of the 300 passengers on the train, which was headed from Hoboken to Spring Valley, N.Y., was injured, said an NJ Transit spokesman, William Smith. Comment?
There was no shortage of emotion at Paramus Catholic on Saturday afternoon, and it transcended the North Non-Public A girls basketball semifinals. Moments after the second-seeded Lady Paladins defeated No. Comment?
At 7:56 a.m., Officer Chris Puglis was patrolling the borough's school zones when he observed a van traveling north on Park Avenue through the East Brook Elementary School zone at was he estimated to be 40 mph. He paced the van at 39 mph and pulled it over. Comment?
A man lying on New Jersey Transit tracks was fatally struck by a westbound commuter train during the evening rush hour on Wednesday, a spokeswoman for the rail line said. There were no injuries among the passengers or crew on the four-car Pascack Valley Line train, which was traveling from Hoboken toward its terminal destination in Spring Valley, N.Y., when it hit the man on the track near Central Avenue. Comment?
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