Marc-Andrew-Marucci, a teacher at Clifton High School, was charged on December 17, 2014 with one count of second degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child; one count of second degree Official Misconduct and one count of fourth degree criminal sexual contact for engaging in an act of sexual contact and for making sexually suggestive comments to a 17 year old student at Clifton High School.
“Today’s news is certainly momentous, especially for those of us who lived through the Cuban Missile Crisis and witnessed the decades of oppression the Cuban people faced at the hands of the Castro regime."
Kenneth Tortora, 45, of Old Tappan was arrested and charged with aggravated assault on a police officer, eluding, hindering and criminal mischief. Police say that on Tuesday night Tortora dragged a Mahwah police detective 60 feet with his car before speeding off. The officer approached Tortora’s Jeep Wrangler in the parking lot of the State Line Diner.
While one of the central tenets of repeated calls for major changes to New Jersey’s public pension system is the claim that public employee pensions are overly generous, New Jersey ranks 95th in pension generosity among the country’s 100 largest plans according to a report.
“Under the circumstances presented, we are compelled to conclude that the record does not support the denial of defendant's request to represent himself at trial. The denial of defendant's constitutional right to represent himself cannot be considered harmless. We therefore reverse defendant's conviction and remand the matter for further proceedings,” wrote the court.
The bill would require the Commissioner of Environmental Protection to periodically study the availability and efficiency of blue and green roofs as storm water management tools, and make, as necessary and appropriate, recommendations to the Governor that will help foster and maintain efficient and effective storm water management in the State.
The Bergen County Prosecutor announced the arrest of Christopher M. Davis, 28, of Bergenfield, New Jersey, on charges of Endangering the Welfare of a Minor (specifically, by Possessing and Transmitting images of Child Pornography). Davis was arrested on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, without incident, after a court authorized search warrant was executed at his residence in Bergenfield, New Jersey.
Borough police on Tuesday caught two Paterson men in a stolen car outside a Route 17 store and were seeking a third member of the group who was inside shoplifting, authorities said.
During a Special Meeting of the Board of Commissioners at Lyndhurst’s Town Hall, a resolution to establish an “Access for All” Advisory Committee was passed unanimously before a standing room assembly in the Caucus Room. “Access for All” committees meet monthly to identify and address barriers within each town’s borders for residents with disabilities. Currently, sixteen towns in Bergen County have established committees or are in the establishing process.
Mercedes-Benz, which has been headquarters in N.J. since 1972, may move to Atlanta or locations in North Carolina, according to reports
Assemblymen Joseph Lagana, and Tim Eustace unveiled a resolution (ACR-211) on Wednesday condemning global acts of Anti-Semitism and calling for the expansion of Holocaust education programs to combat prejudice.
On Wednesday, students at Hackensack’s Jackson Avenue School received a donation of new books. The donation was made possible by Jaguar Land Rover and Tata Sons in partnership with nonprofit social enterprise, First Book. Employees from Jaguar Land Rover’s Mahwah office volunteered to participate in a two-hour group reading event with the Jackson Avenue School’s 3rd and 4th grade students.
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