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Lyndhurst resident among trio charged with kidnap, torture of Queens businessman

A township man and his two accomplices allegedly abducted and tortured a Queens businessman for over a month in an effort to extort $3 million from him and his family, New York City Police reported on May 30.

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Lyndhurst business teaches Spanish

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Spencer Bank runs 5K in Lyndhurst

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Lyndhurst officials: budget made result in cuts to most departments

All township departments will experience funding cuts, announced officials at a public budget workshop held Monday, May 20.

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It's Lyndhurst First 2013 for board of commissioners

Incumbents Mayor Robert Giangeruso and Commissioner Thomas DiMaggio, and candidates Theodore Dudek, Matthew Ruzzo and John Montillo Jr. will be serving on the Lyndhurst of Board of Commissioners for the next four years.

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Lyndhurst candidates behind on reporting campaign finances, release reports to South Bergenite

Under Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) bylaws, candidates running for the Lyndhurst Board of Commissioners are behind in their reporting. Only independents Annette Bortone and Louis Bilis are up to date on their filings according to ELEC reports.

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Lyndhurst: Police Blotter, May 2 Theft Stolen vehicle

A compilation of recent police activity.

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Police: Lyndhurst man apologizes to bartender during robbery

A 49-year old township man has been arrested in connection with a robbery at a bar on Stuyvesant Avenue last Saturday, Lyndhurst Police announced.

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Lyndhurst Police warn residents of recent daytime burglaries

Clinton Terrace in Lyndhurst, New JerseyA message from the Lyndhurst Police Department: "We regret to inform you that two daytime burglaries had been committed this month on Jay Avenue and Clinton Terrace between June 1st-9th. Our Patrol Division has been alerted and our Detective Bureau is investigating the case.


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