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Man of steal: 'Superman impersonator' robs nightclub that fired him, cops say

Victor Gabriel Ingles had been fired from the Night's Lounge just three days before the break-in, police said

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CBS, Time Warner exchange black eyes

The cable company’s latest offer to end its five-day old blackout of the nation’s most-watched commercial network was rejected by CBS chief Les Moonves as a “sham.”

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NY triathlon promoter sells event

New York City Triathlon promoter John Korff says the event has been profitable for the past decade — but the future contained enough uncertainty that he has agreed to sell the triathlon to the Minneapolis-based Life Time Fitness athletic facility chain.

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Bergen Talk Radio to host Bergen County Freeholder John Mitchell

Join us on Monday, Aug. 12 at 10 a.m. when our guest on Record Talk Radio will be Bergen County Freeholder John Mitchell.

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How shelters cope with returns of adopted pets

In addition to strays and animals rescued from kill facilities in other places, shelters and rescue groups must manage owner surrenders and returns ” animals given up by their owners or brought back for various reasons and once again in need of a forever home.

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Disabled train delays NJ rail commuters

Workers have removed a disabled New Jersey Transit train that's causing delays into and out of New York City's Penn Station.

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At the market: Rosa Bianca eggplant

A favorite of chefs and foodies, this Italian heirloom eggplant is making its way into farmers' markets.

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River Dell holds summer program for students with special needs

Superintendent says program helps further social progress of students with disabilitiesl.

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Sandy homebuyer program aims to boost home ownership in storm-damaged counties

Up to $50,000 in interest-free, forgivable mortgage loans are expected to help 500 families purchase homes over the next two years.

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