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Necdet Apcin, chef and owner of Samdan in Cresskill, on his kitchen pet peeve and favorite local restaurants.

The Turkey native dines out three times a week cause he loves restaurants.

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Cresskill Board begins its new year

CRESSKILL €” Incumbent board members Maria Lucibello and Gary Mioli and newcomer Cindy Wolfer were sworn in at the Board of Education reorganization meeting on Jan. 6.

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Obama taps Cresskill man for federal panel

President Obama nominated Bergen County public relations executive Michael Kempner on Thursday to the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which oversees the Voice of America service and other federally controlled outlets overseas.

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Wires will stay above ground after Allen Street paving in Cresskill

CRESSKILL – The mayor and council decided at its Dec. 11 meeting to repave Allen Street without moving any of the wiring underground to save money.

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WWII POW to speak in Cresskill Jan. 11

World War II veteran and borough resident Herbert Gold will talk about his experiences as a prisoner of war in a German prison camp during World War II at the Cresskill Public Library next month.

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Cresskill creates 'how to guide' for residents during emergencies

CRESSKILL - After several strong storms, including Hurricanes Sandy and Irene, struck New Jersey in the last two years, borough officials created a guide with advice for residents on how to deal with an emergency.

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Former North Bergen football star, coach in Hudson, Bergen counties dies

Gene Pagnozzi, a North Bergen football star who coached in Hudson and Bergen counties and won a state championship — an achievement that cost him his trademark beard — died Sunday. He was 66 and lived in Cresskill.

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Independent Mark Spina wins seat on Cresskill Council

CRESSKILL - Independent challenger Mark Spina won a position on the council while Simone Tsigounis retained her seat in the Nov. 5 election.

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