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- Linden: Correspondences
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- No. 5 Linden efficient offensively to move past Hackensack into Group 4 final
- ELIZABETH — Linden knew that Hackensack was going to come at it with a zone defense. And the Tigers were ready for it. The Union County power noticed on film how much the Comets used their zone defense, and the Tigers made it their mission to attack ...
- Mother of 5-year-old shot in South Linden: 'This whole thing is like a nightmare.'
- Ta'sha Walters was jolted awake by the eruption of gunshots outside her South Linden house Friday night. She was sleeping in a back bedroom with her 5-year-old son, Nathaniel Jones, who was sound asleep. So Walters went to check on his 11-year-old ...
- Linden tops Newark East Side in overtime for fourth straight N2G4 title
- LINDEN — As soon as classifications for this season were announced, New Jersey hoops fans had their eye on a possible state tournament showdown between Linden and Newark East Side — a pair of physical public school rivals with a long history in the ...
- Linden Cadets earn trophies at drill competition
- LINDEN — The Linden High School Navy JROTC Drill & Physical Fitness varsity team took first place in five events at the 17th annual Passaic Drill and Athletic Competition, held Feb. 27 in Passaic.
- OUR OPINION: Closing Linden at select times is a good idea
- We're adding our support to their endorsement of closing Linden Street in downtown Geneva to vehicle traffic on select weekends from May 1 to Oct. 9.