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Lyndhurst office building sold for $10.3 million

The North Jersey suburban office market is finally attracting capital, with investors just snapping up a Lyndhurst property for $10.3 million, according to officials at Cushman

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Lyndhurst Fire Department recognized

The Lyndhurst Fire Department was honored for their dedication to the community for their responses during Sandy last year.

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Lyndhurst BOE hires Seton Hall to develop Comprehensive Strategic Plan

IELRR contract approved on Nov. 18

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New Jersey Meadowlands Commission received EPA grant

The project, titled "Measurement of the Tidal Wetland Impairments for Acquisition and Enhancement in the Meadowlands," will study wetland sites in Lyndhurst, North Arlington and Secaucus.

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Water main break in Lyndhurst forces road closure

Ridge Road is closed from Valley Brook Avenue to Page Avenue in both directions.

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Man killed while crossing Valley Brook Avenue in Lyndhurst

A 68-year old township man was struck and killed in what police are calling "an accident" on Friday evening.

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Lyndhurst police: Internet friend sends township sex offender gun in the mail

Postal inspectors intercepted a package containing a gun intended for a registered sex offender, having been sent by a Texas woman he met online and convinced to buy it for him, according to Lyndhurst Police.

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Lyndhurst poilce looking for road rage motorcyclist

One week after a driver was allegedly threatened after stopping to allow a pedestrian to cross, police are still looking for the motorcyclist who tried to pull the woman from her vehicle.

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Paramus High School hockey team hopes to expand program

The Paramus Board of Education recently voted to increase the budget of the Paramus High School ice hockey team by $1,600. The move was made to cover a budget shortfall while parents look into improving membership through feeder teams and a possible merger with the Lyndhurst program.

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New salary ordinance for Lyndhurst crossing guards introduced

The Board of Commissioners introduced a new pay structure ordinance for crossing guards, who patrol Lyndhurst streets under the direction of the Public Safety department. A public hearing on the measure is scheduled for Dec. 10.

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