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BlackBerry launches new Z10 in attempt to court businesses, consumers finally debuts in U.S.

BlackBerry is trying to create excitement for the new phone, including company CEO Thorsten Heins commenting that the iPhone, which ate BlackBerry's lunch since its debut in 2007, is outdated. But industry experts are not sure it's the iconic device that will help keep its core market - businesses - in a new age where employees often use their own devices for work.

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Police: Drunk driving suspect crashed multiple times with 5-year-old son in car

With his 5-year-old son riding with him, a suspected drunken driver went on a rampage Thursday night through the streets of Englewood, police said, hitting five cars before crashing head-on into a tree.

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Photos: Chocolate Competition at Bergen Academies

"Chocolate Competition" is the name of the annual pastry event at Bergen County Academies in Hackensack, but that simple title doesn’t reflect the weeks of planning, hard work and yes, even engineering that go into the elaborate cakes created by juniors and seniors in BCA’s Academy for Culinary Arts and Hospitality Administration.

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Lt. Russo is expected to become Rutherford's next chief of police

The mayor is expected to appoint Lt. John R. Russo as the new chief of police for the Rutherford Police Department at their upcoming meeting on Tuesday, March 26.

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Fort Lee Film Commission, historical society wants to save Civil War-era house

FORT LEE — Rambo's Saloon, a two-story frame building with a wooden front porch, played many roles over its long, distinguished career in Fort Lee but now, nearly 150 years after being built, it's preparing for the final act to bookend them all: demolition.

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Hackensack considers using Padre Pio Academy for kindergarten classes

HACKENSACK — School officials are looking to convert the soon-to-be-vacant Padre Pio Academy into an additional building to hold the district's pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classes.

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DOT eying fixes to overpass in Englewood

ENGLEWOOD — The New Jersey Department of Transportation will close Route 4 for two weekends in mid-June to replace a deteriorating bridge on the highway, said NJDOT officials during a recent public meeting.

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Traffic expert, residents discuss Walgreens proposal for Teaneck

The public hearing for a proposal to build a Walgreens Pharmacy on Cedar Lane continued last night, as the Teaneck Zoning Board of Adjustment heard from the applicant's traffic expert.

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Bennigan's is back in Saddle Brook

Throngs of local residents looking for "Irish-American" pub grub and craft beers celebrated the triumphant return of Bennigan's to Saddle Brook over St. Patrick's Day weekend.

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Non-profit events and notes for the week of March 25


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