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Stolen Property Recovered in Drug Arrest, Second Ferry Shuttle and More, This Week in Local News

Catch up on all of last week's local news here.

Drug Arrest Uncovers Stolen Property

Fort Lee Police said that a drug arrest turned up three stolen watches and other valuables.

Fort Lee To Add Second Ferry Shuttle Bus Along Anderson Avenue

Officials hope that adding a second shuttle long Anderson Avenue will help to alleviate traffic at the George Washington Bridge.

A broken pipe at the Colony causes flooding and severe water damage in apartments.

Grand Opening of Renzo Gracie Martial Arts Training Center

Mayor Sokolich pays welcome to a hometown boy who is co-owner of Renzo Gracie Martial Arts Training Center.

Owner of Former Clams Casino to Open GW Grill on Hudson Terrace

The Boys are Back in Town: the owner of the iconic Clams Casino and his business partner are opening a new American-style restaurant on Hudson Terrace.

Lawsuit to Block Englewood Cliffs LG Tower Gains Support

Additional groups and Bergen County residents have joined a 2012 lawsuit filed against Englewood Cliffs that seeks to block LG's plans to build an eight-story building over the Palisades treetops.

Rotary Club to Honor Returning Veterans

Fort Lee Rotary Club, in conjunction with the Heroes to Heroes Foundation, hosts gala dinner dance fundraiser honoring returning veterans.

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