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NJ cops hurt taking down bombing suspect moved by kids' messages of thanks

LINDEN, N.J. — Officer Angel Padilla was brought to tears by the heartfelt thanks of third and fifth graders at Linden Elementary School 5 Thursday morning. 243 more words

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Linden Officer Injured In Shootout With Bomb Suspect Visits School

LINDEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A Linden police officer who was injured in a shootout with the man accused in the bombings in Chelsea and Seaside Park visited an area school Thursday to thank students for their well wishes. 358 more words

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Linden elementary school kids make 'Thank You' cards for officers injured in NJ shoot out

LINDEN, N.J. – After children in Linden heard about the shootout that injured two local police officers – they decided to do something about it. 284 more words

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Fall Foliage: The Science & Artistry

As the Linden begins to shed her utilitarian, green overcoat, her gilded gown beneath reveals itself as she prepares for the long awaited autumnal ball.  The Maples too have started to slough their summer attire, and acorns abound, littering the ground below.   442 more words

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Can I get a vestibule over here?

For the most I love living and gigging in the Bay Area.  I’ve been here for six years now and am firmly entrenched in its jazz scene.   317 more words

My September Minerva Make - The Grainline Linden Sweatshirt

For my Minerva project this month I chose a really quick and easy project and a total wardrobe basic – a sweatshirt!  Not something I really think of as my usual style, but it’s hard to stick to my style of pretty cotton dresses when it starts getting cold, wet and rainy and I want to wear jeans! 89 more words

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Officers injured in shootout with Ahmad Khan Rahami identified, expected to make full recoveries

NEWARK, N.J. — The three Linden officers injured during a shootout with Chelsea bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami have been identified and are expected to make full recoveries, with one still in the hospital as of Tuesday morning, according to the local mayor. 609 more words

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