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Other top headlines include one man still rebuilding one year after Irene.

Ken Doreumus is still rebuilding his home nearly a year after Tropical Storm Irene hit.

Police Chief John Reardon said there have been several instances of people trying to fill false prescriptions at a in town recently. The location has been a popular choice for shoplifters to hit too.

Two New York men after said they had 48 fraudulent cards in their possession. The men were found in the CVS parking lot.

Assemblyman Scott Rumana (District 40) introduced legislation that would change who decides when the floodgates on the Pompton Lake dam can be opened.

The legislation that would authorize the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) to order the water level of any reservoir to be lowered up to five feet prior to a “severe weather event.”

Wireless printing, a tablet station, and new e-readers are some of the proposed additions and enhancements to the . They are included in library’s four-year-long strategic plan.

The Federal Highway Administration has awarded a $530,000 grant to create bike lanes and improve walkways along the proposed Morris Canal greenway in Clifton and Paterson.

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