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Birders search for the not-so-common, and the common, in tour of Meadowlands

Three dozen birders in Lyndhurst on Saturday watched as white egrets and short-billed dowagers pecked the mud for food, cormorants flew across the water, and much more.

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Lyndhurst to hold zumba classes

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Lyndhurst Passaic River dredging project delayed again

The dredging of the Passaic River alongside Riverside County Park in Lyndhurst, which was to begin this week will be delayed again due to problems with a bridge that needs to go up to allow the barges of the dredged material to maneuver the river.

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Lyndhurst: Police Blotter, July 18 Criminal mischief Burglary/theft Vehicle-related

A compilation of recent police activity.

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Former postal carrier from Lyndhurst sentenced to four years in cocaine-delivery scheme

A Lyndhurst woman who worked as a mail carrier out of the Secaucus post office until her arrest last year was sentenced on Wednesday to nearly four years in prison for helping a drug ring to mail cocaine to New Jersey from Puerto Rico.

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Postal worker from Lyndhurst sentenced for 46 months for using the mail for cocaine distribution

A postal worker and her husband from the township accused of using the mail service to intercept packages of cocaine arriving from Puerto Rico were sentenced for their roles in the operation, federal authorities announced.

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Jewlery co. may bring 120 jobs to NJ

New Jersey offered high end jewelry maker David Yurman Enterprises a $631,223 tax break Thursday to bring 120 jobs to Lyndhurst and set up a logistics and IT center.

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FormerLyndhurst mayor DiLascio hired as attorney for both town and schools

The township municipal government and Lyndhurst school district Board of Education have agreed to share legal services, an attorney firm retained to represent both governing bodies. Acting as township and district board attorney will be former commissioner Richard DiLascio.

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Dog owner heads to court to save the dog that bit Lyndhurst boys

The owners of a dog that allegedly bit two children walking in the neighborhood will go before a municipal court and testify on their pet's behalf, officials stated.

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