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Saddle River Council won't overturn approval of 19-acre 'boutique' horse farm
News 4 days ago
Saddle River Council won't overturn approval of 19-acre 'boutique' horse farm

SADDLE RIVER - Borough Council missed a deadline to vote on a resident appeal to overturn the Zoning Board of Adjustment's approval of a boarding...

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Fair Lawn is building more housing in River Road District, with affordable element
News 1 week ago
Fair Lawn is building more housing in River Road District, with affordable element

FAIR LAWN - Two mixed-use developments on River Road in Fair Lawn are under construction and are set to bring more affordable housing to the...

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Though separated by thousands of miles, Radburn rekindles friendship with city in Japan
News 2 weeks ago
Though separated by thousands of miles, Radburn rekindles friendship with city in Japan

Separated by an ocean and thousands of miles - 6,740 to be exact - leaders from a city in Japan came together with those of a Bergen County borough...

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Garfield planning board to discuss Passaic Street development on Thursday
News 2 weeks ago
Garfield planning board to discuss Passaic Street development on Thursday

GARFIELD - Residents continue to oppose the city's redevelopment plan that will bring more than 100 one-bedroom apartments to Passaic Street. They...

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Work begins on new proposal for former EnCap site in Meadowlands
News 2 weeks ago
Work begins on new proposal for former EnCap site in Meadowlands

LYNDHURST - Developers broke ground on the Kingsland Meadowlands project, a 717-acre proposal that spans Lyndhurst, North Arlington and Rutherford...

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More filmmakers want to make movies in NJ and Bergen is preparing to be a hub for them
News 3 weeks ago
More filmmakers want to make movies in NJ and Bergen is preparing to be a hub for them

At the turn of the century, Fort Lee had its fair share of visitors from Manhattan who looked to the fairer side of the Hudson for film work. Some...

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Four-generation jeweler closing after 98 years in North Jersey
News 3 weeks ago
Four-generation jeweler closing after 98 years in North Jersey

As he prepares to close Parian & Sons in Franklin Lakes, Glenn Parian reminisced about his early start in the jewelry business. He shined the glass...

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Englewood Cliffs affordable housing trial begins, could bring hundreds of units to borough
News 1 month ago
Englewood Cliffs affordable housing trial begins, could bring hundreds of units to borough

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS - The trial that could bring hundreds of affordable housing units to the borough began Friday morning with expert testimony. After...

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Developer sues Woodcliff Lake zoning board over denial of housing plans
News 1 month ago
Developer sues Woodcliff Lake zoning board over denial of housing plans

WOODCLIFF LAKE - Developers of 188 Broadway LP are suing the zoning board after their application to build 60 units across from the borough's...

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Glen Rock proposes mixed-use buildings for downtown
News 1 month ago
Glen Rock proposes mixed-use buildings for downtown

GLEN ROCK - The borough's proposed affordable-housing settlement, unveiled last week, calls for potential housing in the central business district...

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Spring 2020 opening projected for Lidl's Bergenfield location
News 1 month ago
Spring 2020 opening projected for Lidl's Bergenfield location

BERGENFIELD - Construction workers are laboring at 80 New Bridge Road to ready a new Lidl supermarket, and help wanted signs are posted. The German...

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Glen Rock to settle affordable-housing litigation
News 1 month ago
Glen Rock to settle affordable-housing litigation

GLEN ROCK - The borough says it has reached a settlement on affordable housing, pending council approval Wednesday, but is keeping mum on details...

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Demolition underway at former Edgewater movie theater
News 1 month ago
Demolition underway at former Edgewater movie theater

EDGEWATER - Demolition is underway at former movie theater on River Road, but no plans have been filed with the borough, and an attorney for the...

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Westwood's L.N. Grand to close its doors after 60 years
News 1 month ago
Westwood's L.N. Grand to close its doors after 60 years

WESTWOOD - After 60 years as a mainstay in the borough's downtown, selling knickknacks and housewares, L. N. Grand 5 & 10 Cent Store will be...

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384-unit Edgewater development would have rooftop pool, waterfront park
News 1 month ago
384-unit Edgewater development would have rooftop pool, waterfront park

EDGEWATER - A rooftop pool, a public park near the waterfront and a community plaza with commercial space are just some of the amenities that a...

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Splashy fundraiser for dog park honoring 9/11 rescue animals
News 2 months ago
Splashy fundraiser for dog park honoring 9/11 rescue animals

GLEN ROCK - Local pups will spend an evening at the pool Monday to celebrate a new dog park dedicated to 9/11 search and rescue dogs. The Doggie...

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Allendale celebrates holidays the 'old-fashioned' way thanks to century-old group
News 2 months ago
Allendale celebrates holidays the 'old-fashioned' way thanks to century-old group

ALLENDALE - Three-legged and potato sack races, a rolling pin toss, a bandstand and 25-cent hot dogs are part of the "old-fashioned" fun that's...

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Rutherford OKs revised plan for new Felician University building after a year of hearings
News 2 months ago
Rutherford OKs revised plan for new Felician University building after a year of hearings

RUTHERFORD - After more than a year of hearings and a near-complete revamping of its plans, Felician University has gained approval to build a...

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Edgewater golf range, long closed, could be site of affordable housing, retail if approved
News 2 months ago
Edgewater golf range, long closed, could be site of affordable housing, retail if approved

A shuttered golf range on River Road in Edgewater could be the home of hundreds of residential units, retail and office space....

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Woodcliff Lake controversy prompts borough to itemize dramatic changes in reassessments
News 2 months ago
Woodcliff Lake controversy prompts borough to itemize dramatic changes in reassessments

WOODCLIFF LAKE - In the wake of controversy surrounding the reassessment of an office building, the borough has a new policy: Dramatic shifts in...

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Judge reverses zoning board approval for Glen Rock apartments
News 2 months ago
Judge reverses zoning board approval for Glen Rock apartments

GLEN ROCK - A Superior Court judge has struck down a variance granted to an age-restricted apartment project planned for a Prospect Street...

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Paramus to begin reassessments as soon as next month
News 2 months ago
Paramus to begin reassessments as soon as next month

PARAMUS - Inspectors may begin coming to residences and business as soon as next month as part of the borough's annual reassessments. The borough...

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Another apartment building proposed for Teaneck's State Street; this one for 147 units
News 2 months ago
Another apartment building proposed for Teaneck's State Street; this one for 147 units

TEANECK - A developer who wants to build a 15-story mixed-use apartment building off State Street and The Plaza will present plans to the township...

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Garfield moves forward with plan for 100 apartments near train station
News 2 months ago
Garfield moves forward with plan for 100 apartments near train station

GARFIELD - City officials approved a plan that could bring more than 100 one-bedroom apartments to Passaic Street as part of a major redevelopment...

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Developer gets OK to file new plan for former Daffy's warehouse in Secaucus
News 3 months ago
Developer gets OK to file new plan for former Daffy's warehouse in Secaucus

SECAUCUS - A developer who wants to demolish the former Daffy's warehouse off Route 3 to make room for a larger one, will be allowed to submit a...

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Ridgewood shop owners fight to keep two parking spaces
News 3 months ago
Ridgewood shop owners fight to keep two parking spaces

RIDGEWOOD - Shop owners are protesting the proposed elimination of two parking spaces from a busy downtown intersection, saying they are vital to...

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Teachers look back fondly on Bosland's during final back-to-school sale
News 3 months ago
Teachers look back fondly on Bosland's during final back-to-school sale

Close to 200 teachers and their friends gathered at Bosland's Learning Plus in Saddle Brook on Thursday night to reminisce about the years spent...

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Remembering Tower Records in Paramus, a wonderland of vinyls, cassettes tapes and CDs
News 3 months ago
Remembering Tower Records in Paramus, a wonderland of vinyls, cassettes tapes and CDs

If you had no plan to buy something, you thumbed through the racks, hoping for a surprise. The rabbit hole of its day, Tower Records was a place to...

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Toll Brothers add runoff deterrents at 100-acre site in Mahwah, Upper Saddle River
News 3 months ago
Toll Brothers add runoff deterrents at 100-acre site in Mahwah, Upper Saddle River

Workers continued to install hay bales, mats and other devices Tuesday to prevent silt and water from running off the Orchard Ridge construction...

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After 40 years, teacher supply store Bosland's will soon close its doors
News 3 months ago
After 40 years, teacher supply store Bosland's will soon close its doors

SADDLE BROOK - For close to 40 years, teachers have roamed the aisles of Bosland's Learning Plus, picking out construction paper and Beverly Cleary...

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