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Owner of pioneering hip-hop lable Sugar Hill Records dies, report says

Joseph Robinson Jr., 53, died after a battle with cancer

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Two Englewood men charged in Tenafly street robbery

A Tenafly police officer quickly captured two men after they tried to rob two people using a pellet gun on a borough street Tuesday night, authorities said.

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Harvey Eisner, former Tenafly fire chief, dies at 59

'Icon' in fire service community served as chief for 12 years

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Vandals strike in Tenafly, stealing and spray-painting Nature Preserve campaign signs

According to Mayor Peter Rustin, a "significant number" of campaign signs that support a controversial ballot question on constructing a new nature center off a main road have gone missing or been defaced.

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Voters reject Tenafly Nature Center referendum question

TENAFLY — The $7 million proposal to move the Tenafly Nature Center to a wooded area known as Blankman's Track failed on election night. According to unofficial results, those who voted against moving the Nature Center to E. Clinton Avenue outnumbered...

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Tenafly Police: Cocaine, pills, marijuana found in Bergen County drug probe

Two brothers peddling drugs from their homes were arrested after a probe by several local police forces and federal agents into narcotics sales around northern Bergen County, authorities said Friday.

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Tenafly police save choking victim on Thanksgiving

Incident occurred on Pilgrim Court, police said.

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Meet the boy prodigy of Tenafly who composed his own opera and sings like Placido

Benjamin Wenzelberg's award-winning, full-length opera "The Sleeping Beauty," which he began writing at age 11, will be performed for the first time in its entirety at the JCC School of Performing Arts

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Special-needs housing construction underway in Tenafly, report says

Bergen County's United Way and the Madeline Corp., both not-for-profit organizations, have started construction on six apartment buildings with 10 bedrooms for adults with developmental disabilities at 311 Tenafly Rd.

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