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The Shocking Attempt on Former President Trump’s Life: A Deep Dive into the Incident and the Suspect

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Ridgewood NJ, in a shocking turn of events, a 20-year-old nursing-home employee from suburban Pittsburgh attempted to assassinate former President Donald Trump. Information is updating quickly but this is what we know so far, this individual, Thomas Matthew Crooks from Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, was a registered Republican who had packed explosives in the vehicle he drove to the campaign rally, located an hour from his home.

Law enforcement officials are working tirelessly to uncover what motivated Crooks to open fire on the rally from a nearby rooftop. His actions resulted in the tragic death of one spectator before he was shot dead by the Secret Service.

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Ridgewood Crew Doubles Up on 1st Place Wins, Pulls In 6 Podium Finishes Overall at 5th Manny Flick / Horvat Meet

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The Ridgewood Crew Varsity Girls 2x boat of Anais and Elsa Friedrich took first once again on Sunday, reprising their victory from the 3rd Manny Flick race two weeks ago. (Photo Credit: David Dessel)

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , Ridgewood Crew finished off the Manny Flick /  Horvat series of races in style on Sunday, grabbing two 1st place finishes, four other podium finishes, and 10 top-5 finishes in total. This final event in the 1500-meter racing series on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia featured more than 550 rowers from 89 clubs across five different states in the mid-Atlantic region.

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Groundhog Day is February 2nd !

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Ridgewood NJ, Groundhog Day on February 2 is when we ask are we in for six more weeks of Winter?  Only a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil knows for sure. Each year on Groundhog Day, people flock to Gobbler’s Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to await the forecast of the local rodent celebrity. Originating with German settlers, who came to Pennsylvania in the 1700s and brought their seasonal superstitions with them, legend has it that if Phil sees his shadow on February 2, the winter chill will continue. Oddly, if the weather is cloudy and he doesn’t see his shadow, we can expect warmer temperatures and early spring. Groundhog Day is a tradition to be cherished. And yes, it is also a film starring Bill Murray.

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New York’s Population Continues to Decline

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New York NY, the latest US Census estimate of the state population, New York  is down more than 2.1% from the 2020 Census number, which is also a bigger drop than any other state over that time. Eighteen other states have seen their populations decline since 2020, including four other Northeast states: Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.

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The Situation Of Landfills In Pennsylvania

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Landfills in Pennsylvania are regulated by the DEP or Department of Environmental Protection. There are several measures that Pennsylvania landfills have implemented that make the environment cleaner. 

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Coca-Cola Recalls 3 Minute Maid Drinks Due To Potential Foreign Objects in the Containers

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Ridgewood NJ, according to RTTNews Coca Cola Company (KO) has reportedly recalled some of its Minute Maid drinks due to potential foreign objects in the containers, specifically metal bolts or washers.

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Mercer County Board of Commissioners Special Formal Meeting on Resolution to Reauthorize Payments to Dominion Voting  Systems , and Tenex Election Support Software

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Trenton NJ, the Mercer County Board of Commissioners will be holding a special meeting to discuss the reauthorization of payments to Dominion Voting  Systems , and Tenex Election Support Software .

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Discover what New Jersey and the tri-state area has to offer

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By now, most of us staying at home have grown tired of it. When travelling by plane might seems impossible, what do you do when you need a change of scenery? Actually, your backyard might prove sufficient, but have you considered the local surroundings in Ridgewood and New Jersey? Here’s some great advice for you if you want to see what the area has to offer.

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Pennsylvania will be the first in the nation to vote on whether the emergency powers of the governor should be limited

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Trenton NJ, the Public Health Emergency in New Jersey was initially declared on March 9, 2020 through Executive Order No. 103. Today, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order No. 240, which extends that Public Health Emergency for another 30-day period, ending in mid-June. Under the Emergency Health Powers Act, a declared public health emergency expires after 30 days unless renewed. If legislation is finalized ahead of the renewal date, the Public Health Emergency extended today will be allowed to expire.

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U.S. Census Bureau : Blue State Exodus Continues

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Washington DC, The population of the United States grew by just 7.4 percent in the last decade, its second-slowest rate in any decade since the first Census was taken back in 1790. The only other decade with slower growth? The 1930s.

Six of the seven states that will lose a seat in Congress — Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia — are in the Rust Belt. Five of those states, leaving West Virginia aside, have been losing seats for a long time.

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US Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Texas Lawsuit Against Swing States

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Washington DC, U.S. Supreme Court will hear Texas’ lawsuit against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin over potential voter fraud. The case was added to the Supreme Court docket today.

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PENNSYLVANIA, ARIZONA, MICHIGAN LEGISLATURES TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS ON 2020 ELECTION INTERGRITY

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MAYOR GIULIANI: “IT’S IN EVERYONE’S INTEREST TO HAVE A FULL VETTING OF ELECTION IRREGULARITIES AND FRAUD”

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Gettysburg PA, The Donald J. Trump for President Campaign Legal Team today announced that the State Legislatures in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan will hold public hearings on the election beginning tomorrow and next week in an effort to provide confidence that all of the legal votes have been counted and the illegal votes have not been counted in the November 3rd election.

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SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON TRUMP CAMPAIGN’S PENNSYLVANIA LITIGATION

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Philadelphia PA, On Sunday night, the Washington Post ran a complete mischaracterization of the Trump campaign’s litigation in Pennsylvania, erroneously claiming the campaign had dropped the claim of nearly 700,000 ballots processed illegally and in secret. The campaign did no such thing.  In fact, because of a Friday ruling by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in an unrelated case, the campaign strategically decided to restructure its lawsuit to rely on claims of violations of the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The claim that 682,479 ballots were improperly processed and counted is still very much part of the suit.

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TRUMP CAMPAIGN FILES SUIT IN PENNSYLVANIA AGAINST UNCONSTITUTIONAL TWO-TRACK SYSTEM

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Washington DC, President Trump’s re-election campaign today filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania alleging the creation and implementation of an illegal “two-tiered” voting system for the 2020 General Election. Pennsylvania’s “two-track” system resulted in voters being held to different standards depending on how they chose to exercise their right to vote. In-person voters had to sign voter registrations, have those signatures checked against voter rolls, vote in a polling place monitored by statutorily-authorized poll observers, and have their votes counted in a transparent and verifiable open and observed manner.

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US Supreme Court Justice Alito Orders Pennsylvania to segregate and secure “ballots received by mail after 8:00 p.m. on November 3”

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Washington DC, Justice Alito Orders Pennsylvania to segregate and secure “ballots received by mail after 8:00 p.m. on November 3rd.

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