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Cradle of rap music burns
An early morning fire Friday destroyed the Englewood building that housed Sugar Hill Studios, birthplace of the label credited with launching rap music and spawning its explosive offspring, hip-hop.



LOCAL NEWS
Food drive tries to fill the protein gap
HILLSIDE - For a quick and poignant lesson in the economics of hunger in this state, take a walk through the sprawling warehouse of the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.

NEWS
Slaying may be sniper's 8th
FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - A man filling up his car at a Virginia gas station was shot to death Friday in what may have been the most brazen attack yet by the Washington-area sniper, committed as a state trooper investigated an accident just across the street.

Peace prize awarded to Carter
Finance company to pay $484M
EDUCATION
Mentors tell students to be proud
PASSAIC - Study hard, listen to your parents and be proud of your heritage. That's the message four adults told second- and third-graders at School 9 Friday afternoon.

Teaneck cancels 'sectarian' anti-violence assembly
TEANECK - School administrators have canceled an anti-violence assembly at the high school after the state issued a blanket advisory saying the program could be "sectarian" in nature. The advisory came after the Anti-Defamation League told state officials that the program, "Rage Against Destruction," was being used to spread Christianity through public schools.

SPORTS
Scarlet Knights have 80 reasons to take care of business
PISCATAWAY - How can an 80-7 game get out of hand and the winning coach still swear he didn't run up the score? Maybe a team can be handed a couple touchdowns.

Trottier finds his new island less friendly
LIFESTYLES
Flea bargains
If you go to the Meadowlands Flea Market, here's what you'll see: Vendors selling army surplus gas masks, off-price Gucci bags, gold jewelry, and a gazillion other items.


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10/12/02 17:00

Wanted Poster Created in Sniper Case

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U.S. Orders Battle Staffs to Kuwait

New York Honors Fallen Firefighters

Bush, Democrats Focus on Economy

Suspects Confess in Kuwait Attack

Bali Nightclub Bombing Kills 30

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