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Long Island man charged with molesting Elmwood Park girl, 13
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
A Realtor from Long Island sexually molested a 13-year-old Elmwood Park girl several times before be ...

Bergen County Sheriff’s Office Announces Promotions
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
On Wednesday, October 01, 2014 Sheriff Michael Saudino announced the names of four (4) Bergen County ...

Hackensack has a new city manager. Finally
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
The city council hired David R. Troast. Mr. Troast seems like a nice man, but he has two things goin ...

Good Samaritan: Jim Tedesco First On The Scene In Teaneck MVA
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
A motor vehicle accident involving a bicyclist occurred in Teaneck on Tuesday night. Another motoris ...

New Jersey Schools Selected for National Blue Ribbon Recognition
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) today announced that 11 schools in New Jersey, both public and private, ...

Freeholder Candidates Debate Issues At Grass Roots Forum [Video]
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Candidates running for Bergen County Freeholder debated the issues at a forum on Tuesday night in Te ...

Poll: Clinton Leads Christie By 10 Points In NJ, Christie Job Approval Sinking
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
In an early look at the 2016 presidential race, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a 20 p ...

Freeholders Attend Adult Care Event At Kaplen JCC In Tenafly
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Freeholder Vice-Chair Dr. Joan Voss (Fort Lee) and Freeholder Chairman David L. Ganz (Fair Lawn) wer ...

Wounded Warriors Project and Monuments Men Foundation Join DOL At Hiring Fair for Veterans
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the Department of Military and Veteran ...

Alan Marcus Still An Issue For Donovan Campaign
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Sources inside the Donovan re-election campaign say that their biggest fear going in to November’s e ...

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Bergen Bike Tour To Ride Through Bergen To Benefit Local Charities

Registration is now open for the 19th Annual MM&B Bergen Bike Tour, a family-oriented event to be held on Sunday, September 28, that benefits the Volunteer Center of Bergen County and Tomorrows Children’s Fund. The Bergen Bike Tour will feature 10, 25 and 50 mile routes for cyclists of every level.

9/11: Remembering New Jersey's Victims Of The Attacks

click for full sizeNearly 700 from New Jersey lost their lives in the attacks on September 11, 2001. 539 New Jerseyans are officially “missing” at the WTC site according to the New Jersey State Police.  Here is an alphabetical listing of New Jersey’s fallen:

Bergen County Remembers 9/11 With Events

click for full sizeThursday will mark 13 years since a coordinated terror attack claimed the lives of almost 3,000 people and toppled the Twin Towers. Here are the memorial events scheduled throughout Bergen County in commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks...

Garrett Defends The 'Do-Nothing Congress'

click for full sizeRepublican Congressman Scott Garrett took to YouTube to defend the 113th Congress also known as the ‘Do-Nothing Congress’.

Bergen County School Board Candidates

click for full sizeHere are the candidates for school boards across Bergen County in the November elections. New Jersey’s 4,800 board members are the largest group of elected officials in the state, responsible for decisions affecting the operation of more than 2,400 public schools and the education of over 1.37 million children.

Strong storm causes Allendale power outage and Saddle River flooding

click for full sizeA strong Friday afternoon storm wreaked havoc on borough roads and took down a power line, Police Chief George Scherb said. The entire borough was without power briefly, but service was being restored, as of 5 p.m.

Allendale parents of special-education students file federal complaint against district

Federal officials have agreed to investigate allegations made against the school board and superintendent in a complaint filed by the parents of children receiving special education.

Cho: Garrett vote on minimum wage further proof he's out of touch with his constituents

click for full sizeRoy Cho, candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s 5th District, today pointed to Tea Party incumbent Scott Garrett’s latest vote in opposition to providing working Americans with a higher minimum wage as further proof that he is out of touch with his constituents.

Cho blasts Garrett for 'irresponsible and ideological’ vote against federal highway funding

click for full sizeRoy Cho, candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s 5th District, today criticized Tea Party incumbent Scott Garrett’s latest vote against the needs of Northern New Jersey. In the House today, Garrett opposed a bipartisan bill to extend federal highway funding through May 2015

Alimony Reform Bill Gets Worked Over By New Jersey Assembly

Rhetoric began to fly today as a bill that entered the New Jersey State Assembly promising alimony reform has come out the other end doubling alimony obligations and leaving trial lawyers and judges to make the rules.

Paterson men plead not guilty to charges they caused heroin overdose death of Allendale man

Lawyers for Timothy Volpe, 20, and Kaleik Easton, 19, entered the pleas during their arraignment in Hackensack on an indictment that charges them in connection with the Jan. 4 death of Brendan Cole, 22, in his parents' home in Allendale.

Northwest Bergen Utility Board Reappoints Hurwitz As Executive Director

The authority’s board voted unanimously to approve the contract extension for Howard Hurwitz to the $136,017-a-year job that he has held since August 2004.

Bergen Prosecutor: 325 Arrested In Multi-County Heroin Sweep

click for full sizeOfficers from more than 50 law enforcements organizations from Bergen, Passaic, Morris and Sussex counties arrested approximately 280 heroin users and more than 40 dealers; and seized 32 guns, $25,000 in U.S. currency, 11,794 bags of heroin and 1,200 grams of raw, powder heroin, according to the Prosecutor’s Office.

By The Numbers: Bergen County New Jersey Public Employee Payroll

In 2012 Bergen County's 70 municipalities had 168 seperate agencies and a total payroll of $636,972,343.

Bergen County Primary Election Candidates, June 3, 2014

Bergen County Candidates for Mayor and Council for the Primary Election to be held June 3, 2014

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