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Illinois man was driving in Paterson when stray bullet struck him

A man from Illinois was driving his vehicle on Presidential Boulevard when a stray bullet entered his vehicle, wounding him, on Saturday afternoon, according to the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office. The victim, 50-year-old, was traveling in a vehicle on Presidential Boulevard approaching traffic light at the intersection with West Broadway...
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NJ TRANSIT NAMED ONE OF THIS YEAR’S AMERICA’S BEST EMPLOYERS BY FORBES

Ridgewood NJ, Forbes has named NJ TRANSIT to its renowned America’s Best Employers By State 2021 list. Of the 1,330 employers that made the final list, only 90 New Jersey organizations were included in the annual top pick ranking which, according to Forbes, measures leading companies from around the world to identify those best-liked by employees. In 2018, NJ TRANSIT was named one of the country’s top 500 employers in Forbes’ America’s Best Employers 2018 list.
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Kids Enjoy Nature, Create Works Of Art At Paterson’s 10th Annual Art In The Park Event

PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — In Paterson, kids were taking in the sunshine and creating works of art Saturday. The 10th Annual Art in the Park event was held at the Great Falls National Park. The event is part of National Public Lands Day, and organizers say some families attend every year. “It’s good for the community to heal the community and show them that we have a beautiful site here,” said Mohamed Khalill, city of Paterson art commissioner. “Being able to come out and be around other people and just enjoy the nature by the beautiful falls, it’s beautiful that they allow us to do this and come together,” parent Cynthia Pearce said. Kids didn’t leave empty-handed. They got a bag of art supplies and other gifts.
PATERSON, NJ
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31 Hoboken + Jersey City News Stories You Missed This Week

A week of life in Hoboken + Jersey City means there is plenty of news to catch up on. Among the local headlines: GLOSSLAB to open its first NJ location in Hoboken, the new Wittenpenn Bridge is slated to open October 1st, a school bus driver shortage is currently impacting the Jersey City Board of Education, and so much more. Keep reading for all the news you missed this week in Hoboken, Jersey City, + beyond.
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No. 13 Delbarton over Paramus Catholic - Football recap

Aidan Papantonis recorded a pair of touchdowns on the ground for Delbarton in its 35-0 win against Paramus Catholic in Morristown. Robert Russo threw a 48-yard score to Nick Petrillo and ran in a touchdown himself for Delbarton (3-1). Sean Na Hill had the team’s other touchdown on a run at the goalline.
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Football: Hudson Catholic runs past Kearny

Jacob Rodriguez and Justice Watson each ran for two touchdowns in Hudson Catholic’s 34-6 victory over Kearny at the Caven Point Athletic Complex in Jersey City. Rodriguez, a junior opened the scoring with first quarter TD runs of 55 and 32 yards, his only two carries of the day for Hudson Catholic (3-1). Levi Stewart’s 62-yard TD run increased the first quarter lead to 21-0 and Watson added scoring runs of 4 and 41 yards.
KEARNY, NJ

Ridgewood over Bergen Tech - Boys soccer recap

Joey Kim and Elisha de Silva scored for Ridgewood in its 2-1 win against Bergen Tech in Hackensack. Kim assisted de Silva’s goal while Jack Zivan set up Kim’s. Lucas Barrales compiled six saves for Ridgewood (3-2-1). Bergen Tech is now 1-4. The N.J. High School Sports newsletter is now...
RIDGEWOOD, NJ

Belvidere over Bound Brook - Girls soccer recap

Kylie Crisafulli knocked in the game-winning goal as Belvidere topped Bound Brook, 2-1 in Bound Brook. Audrey Charous scored Belvidere’s (3-3) first goal. Avery Scire scored once for Bound Brook (1-4). Belvidere outshot its opponent 17-12. “The N.J. High School Sports newsletter now appearing in mailboxes 5 days a week....
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Bogota over Saddle Brook - Football recap

Vance Mixon passed for a touchdown and ran for another score as Bogota recorded a 24-16 win over Saddle Brook in Bogota. After Andreas Cabrera kicked a 32-yard field goal, Mixon made it 10-0 in the first quarter with a 33-yard touchdown run. In the second, Siffredo Gonzalez caught a...
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