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Other top stories this week include a Newark High School student shot and killed on his way home from school and a man busted on pot-growing charges after he called police to report his wife's death.
Other top stories this week include a former middle school vice principal who pleaded guilty to videotaping boys in the school showers and an Iraq War veteran re-invited to speak at a Teaneck Memorial Day event.
Other top stories this week include a couple accused of abusing their foster children by breaking their bones and denying them medical attention and a convicted police shooter sentenced to 45 years in prison.
Other top stories this week include a man claiming to be Jesus Christ who was involved in a long standoff with police and a couple who allegedly scammed hundreds of vacationers with fake vacation deals.
A contemptuous employee of Retro Fitness in Fair Lawn will be featured prominently on Friday's episode of the CBS television show, "Undercover Boss."
Play around with our searchable database of New Jersey baby names from 1910 to 2011, with data courtesy of the Social Security Administration.
Englewood's downtown summer jazz series will start in mid-May this year and continue for the next 14 weeks.
Other top stories this week include the arrest of a prolific bank robber who graced the FBI's Most Wanted List in the 1980s and a man who admitted leading the largest indoor marijuana growing operation ever shut down by police in New Jersey.
Other top stories this week include a missing college student and a student protest of budget cuts in Newark.
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A New Milford man suffered serious head injuries after he crashed his motorcycle on Grunauer Place in Fair Lawn Tuesday night, police said
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