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LG's motion to send proposed headquarters case to Englewood Cliffs Planning Board denied

Litigation over LG Electronic USA’s proposed North American headquarters will continue, after a state appellate panel denied a motion to send the case to the borough Planning Board.

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Ashly Lugo, 28. Photo: PIP Police...

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A routine check at the Rockefeller Lookout led to four arrests July 21, 2015, police said....

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Vaughn Jackson, 22. Photo: PIP Police...

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Boruch Ungarischer, 25. Photo: PIP Police...

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Tor Hamer, 32. Photo: PIP Police...

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Cops find more than 7 pounds of marijuana after foot chase, authorities say

Police arrested four people and seized more than seven pounds of marijuana after a routine check at the Rockefeller Lookout on Tuesday, authorities said.

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Foes of LG plan refuse to drop suits despite Englewood Cliffs settlement

The attorney for a second plaintiff in the legal fight over LG Electronics USA’s proposed headquarters has announced that he will also continue the litigation, despite a settlement reached last month with environmentalists in which the company agreed to reduce the height of the facility by more than half.

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Englewood Cliffs residents to continue LG court fight, report says

The attorney for a second plaintiff suing LG Electronics USA over its proposed headquarters said his client will continue the litigation, despite a settlement between the company and environmental groups

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$1M bail in cop car theft, chase through Bergen County

A judge set bail at $1 million for a Connecticut man who allegedly carjacked a Mercedes, stole a police car and struck several police cars while leading cops on a chase through several towns on Sunday, authorities said.

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