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National Library Week Kicks Off With Production of 'OMG!'

Cyberbullying is the theme of the Enigma Acting Conservatory's production of 'OMG!' at the Fort Lee Library to kick off National Library Week in April.

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Convicted Hackensack day trader's license revoked

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said Wednesday it has revoked the registrations of Victor E. Cilli, formally of Hackensack, and his company, Progressive Investment Funds LLC.

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Days of grandeur here again for Rutherford's Iviswold Castle

The $9 million renovation of the historical Iviswold Castle on the Felician College campus in Rutherford is finally complete after the nearly 14 year long careful step-by-step restoration.

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Franklin Lakes principal renews lawsuit against board, superintendent

Pursues action following failed bid to re-claim position

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Mahwah police ask for leads in burglary of deli


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Bergen County Police find lost hiker in Ramapo Valley Reservation

A 33-year-old woman who became lost for several hours after nightfall while hiking in Ramapo Valley Reservation was found unharmed on Tuesday night by three officers and a search dog from the Bergen County Police.

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Rotary Club donates 30 laptops to Little Ferry School District

The South Bergen Rotary Club presented 30 new computers to the Little Ferry Board of Education at the March 26 meeting.

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Teaneck Council introduces $70.6M budget

The Teaneck Council voted to introduce a $70.6 million municipal budget last week, which includes $54.9 million to be raised in local taxes.

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Progress made for dog run at Phelps Park in Teaneck

A planned dog run in Phelps Park, the first of its kind in Teaneck, made progress last week with the introduction of an ordinance that if passed will permit unleashed dogs in a fenced-in section of the park and establish rules for the dog run.

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Judge denies dismissal at rabbi's pre-trial hearing

A Teaneck rabbi appeared in state Superior Court last week for a hearing in advance of his upcoming trial on charges of child endangerment, aggravated sexual contact and criminal sexual assault.

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