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Englewood doctor develops app for breast self exams

'Breast Self Exam' available for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

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Englewood school secretaries, assistants to share $126K after the district outsourced their jobs

School secretaries and classroom assistants who lost their jobs when the Englewood district outsourced their positions will share an arbitration award of more than $126,000.

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Englewood DPW worker is back on the job

With a wide smile and large tumbler of coffee in his hand, Fred Robinson returned to his job at the city’s Department of Public Works this morning, eight days after the city tried forcing him to retire on a disability pension.

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Englewood DPW employee to resume work after accident almost forced him to retire with disability

Department of Public Works employee Fred Robinson got the go-ahead Tuesday to resume working Wednesday, a week after officials sought to force him to retire on a disability pension.

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2 trustees dispute ethics opinion

Two new Englewood school board members are fighting a state ruling that limits their involvement on the board because of their union affiliation, a decision they say could have repercussions for school boards across New Jersey.

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Speaker talks to Englewood students about struggle

ENGLEWOOD €” Dwight Morrow High School juniors and seniors were left with a renewed sense of pride in their education after prominent civil right advocate Benjamin Chavis spoke to them about the struggles he faced when segregation was still prevalent in the country.

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Englewood library offering tools to sign-up for health care

ENGLEWOOD - The Englewood Public Library wants to become a central location for people to privately and securely sign-up for the health insurance offered through Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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Not the shy or retiring type: Englewood DPW worker insists he can still do the job

Fred Robinson has to jump through hoops to make sure he’s not left in the lurch between a city that says he was disabled by an on-the-job injury and a state that may say otherwise and deny him a disability pension.

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Englewood police arrest third suspect in July armed robbery

Englewood police arrested a third man Wednesday on charges related to the armed robbery of two Brooklyn men who were lured to a vacant house with the promise of female companionship in July. Police said they are looking for a fourth suspect.

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Officials won't punish Englewood for improperly draining a public pool into Overpeck Park

The state Department of Environmental Protection won’t punish the city for improperly draining a public swimming pool into a brook that feeds Overpeck Creek.

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