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In lawsuit, Bergen man claims he was abused by teacher at prestigious NYC prep school

The man accuses renowned conductor and music teacher Johannes Somary of abusing him on hundreds of occasions during his time at the Horace Mann School in the Bronx

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New charges filed against Newark halfway house escapee

Alfonso Bowen, 26, was already facing charges including eluding and being a fugitive from justice

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Bergen County police arrest Florida fugitive after traffic stop

Michael Mendez was wanted on grand theft and trafficking stolen property charges

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Severely injured pit bull found in Clifton was likely victim of dogfighting ring

The Passaic County SPCA is offering a $500 reward for any information that leads to an arrest and conviction

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Woodcliff Lake engineer files stock-plan suit

A Woodcliff Lake man claims that he and thousands of other employees of a Hartford, Conn.-based technology company were unfairly denied company shares they were entitled to, by terminating their employment before they became eligible for the shares.

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Mahwah trims overtime for police overtime for police

The Mahwah Township Council has reduced funding for police overtime by $100,000, thereby eliminating Tuesday night court appearances for officers.

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BlackBerry launches new Z10 in attempt to court businesses, consumers finally debuts in U.S.

BlackBerry is trying to create excitement for the new phone, including company CEO Thorsten Heins commenting that the iPhone, which ate BlackBerry's lunch since its debut in 2007, is outdated. But industry experts are not sure it's the iconic device that will help keep its core market - businesses - in a new age where employees often use their own devices for work.

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Police: Drunk driving suspect crashed multiple times with 5-year-old son in car

With his 5-year-old son riding with him, a suspected drunken driver went on a rampage Thursday night through the streets of Englewood, police said, hitting five cars before crashing head-on into a tree.

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Photos: Chocolate Competition at Bergen Academies

"Chocolate Competition" is the name of the annual pastry event at Bergen County Academies in Hackensack, but that simple title doesn’t reflect the weeks of planning, hard work and yes, even engineering that go into the elaborate cakes created by juniors and seniors in BCA’s Academy for Culinary Arts and Hospitality Administration.

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Lt. Russo is expected to become Rutherford's next chief of police

The mayor is expected to appoint Lt. John R. Russo as the new chief of police for the Rutherford Police Department at their upcoming meeting on Tuesday, March 26.

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