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Recent articles by Stephanie:

Paramus Republican leading mayor's race as GOP bids to take full control in town hall

Republican Chris DiPiazza was leading the contest by an almost 2:1 margin on Tuesday night, bidding to flip a Bergen County mayoral seat long held by Democrats. → Read More

State reverses Englewood school board member's suspension

Angela David, an Englewood school board member who was suspended in June, has received the go-ahead to return to her seat. → Read More

Washington Township DPW will return to town hall after Charlie Brown's purchase called off

In June the council abandoned a plan to purchase the former Charlie Brown’s restaurant as a site for a new Department of Public Works building. → Read More

Amazon Fresh on Route 17 in Paramus set to open next week

Amazon Fresh will open in Paramus at the borough’s Fashion Center next Thursday, said a spokeswoman on Friday. → Read More

Oradell Avenue to reopen fully on Friday night after sinkhole repairs completed

The eastbound side of the thoroughfare has been closed since May 23, when a ruptured underground sewer line led to a partial collapse. → Read More

Nerf Action, Playskool entertainment centers coming to Garden State Plaza in Paramus

Two Hasbro attractions will open next year, as the mall adds entertainment venues to its retail stores to counter the rise of online shopping. → Read More

After decades making pizza pies and rice balls, La Bella Roma in Paramus is being sold

After decades in business, La Bella Roma pizza is being sold. It sustained generations of hungry high school students and families on pizza night. → Read More

Englewood animal shelter has massive drop-off in volunteers, fears for its future

An Englewood-based animal shelter has continued to see a massive drop-off in volunteers, making it difficult to run day-to-day operations. → Read More

Second member quits Englewood school board, and he wrote a five-page resignation letter

Following on the heels of Sam Trusty, another school board member has resigned in Englewood this year. → Read More

Paramus $1.2 million library expansion will allow for more kids' programs

Ground has officially broken on a $1.2 million expansion that would greatly increase the catalog of youth programs at the Paramus Public Library. → Read More

Historic Englewood home will be saved and moved across town. Here's how it will be used

The historic Taylor Bliss house in Englewood will be disassembled and moved 2 miles across town. → Read More

Bergen County school board elections: Two approved budgets, one voted down

Unofficial tallies for three Bergen County school board elections show that Cliffside Park and Fairview passed budgets, while Oakland did not. → Read More

Signs point to summer opening for Amazon Fresh at Route 17 in Paramus. Here's what we know

An Amazon Fresh supermarket is set to open in Paramus this summer at a former Fairway Market off Route 17. → Read More

Bergen blames Suez for flood damage, saying utility should warn of brimming reservoirs

County Executive Jim Tedesco is asking Suez Water to work with local officials and provide critical information ahead of Hackensack River flooding. → Read More

Cuban American who arrived as a 15-year-old refugee is tapped for Paramus council seat

Paramus Republicans have chosen a new council member to fill an unexpired term left by the resignation of Joe Vartolone. → Read More

Here's what $1.4M project would bring to Flat Rock Brook Nature Center in Englewood

Flat Rock Brook Nature Center in Englewood is planning a $1.4 million restoration project for its Jones Road area, with nature playground and more. → Read More

Paramus breaks world record of sock collecting on its 100th anniversary

On the 100th anniversary of Paramus, the borough broke a world record set by Colorado after collecting 38,743 pairs of socks. → Read More

An 'Oradell treasure' who sold Christmas trees and spread joy is honored by town

Charlie Kloeber, a mainstay on Oradell Avenue who sold Christmas trees and flowers, died two years ago. The borough named the corner for his family. → Read More

Long-vacant school in Englewood would become magnet school for arts under group's vision

As the city tries to figure out the best future for the century-old Liberty School, a new proposal has entered the conversation: an arts high school. → Read More

Longtime Paramus Mayor LaBarbiera will step down at the end of his term

Richard LaBarbiera, a Democrat who served as mayor in Paramus for the past 18 years, said "this punching bag has gotten a little tired." → Read More