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Passaic Central Labor Council Endorses Roy Cho For Congress
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Roy Cho, candidate for Congress in the 5th District, has been endorsed by the 8,000-member Passaic C ...


AG Files Complaint Against Bergen County Moving Company
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announ ...


Tedesco Calls On Donovan For Answers To Dysfunction In Administration
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Democratic candidate for Bergen County Executive, Freeholder James Tedesco issued a letter to Kathle ...


Letter Calls For Donovan Impeachment
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Bergen County Human Services Director, Jane Linter’s lawyer sent a letter to Assemblywoman Marlene C ...


Sheriff Saudino Responds To Donovan's Criticism Of Armored Vehicle
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Sheriff Michael Saudino issued a statement in response to criticism by Bergen County Executive Kathl ...


Donovan Objects To Sheriff's Armored Vehicles But Did Not Have A Problem When County Police Bought One
Monday, July 21, 2014
Donovan, however, did not seem to have a problem when the Bergen County Police bought a bearcat (whi ...


Rep. Pascrell Welcomes 26 New Paterson Police Officers
Monday, July 21, 2014
Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. Co-Chairman of the House Law Enforcement Caucus, welcomed 26 new offi ...


Woman, 21, Charged With Texting, Reckless Driving In Crash That Killed Motorcyclist On Route 17 In Paramus
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Nadine Nixon, a 21-year-old Franklin Lakes woman caused a multi-vehicle crash on Route 17 in Paramus ...


Police Identify Elmwood Park Motorcyclist Killed In Route 80 Crash
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Police have identified the motorcyclist killed in a crash on Route 80 in Lodi early Saturday as a 41 ...


Two From Newark Charged In Fatal Shooting Of Hackensack Man On Route 80
Friday, July 18, 2014
Two Newark residents were arrested and charged Friday in the shooting death of Jeff Mansilla, a Hack ...



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Tedesco Calls On Donovan For Answers To Dysfunction In Administration


Tedesco Calls On Donovan For Answers To Dysfunction In AdministrationDemocratic candidate for Bergen County Executive, Freeholder James Tedesco issued a letter to Kathleen Donovan looking for answers to many questions, most of which have arisen since County Administrator Edward Trawinski left his position due to health reasons. Donovan’s appointment of Benjamin Kezmarsky as Interim County Administrator has left a vacuum in the day to day functioning of Bergen County.

Letter Calls For Donovan Impeachment


Letter Calls For Donovan ImpeachmentBergen County Human Services Director, Jane Linter’s lawyer sent a letter to Assemblywoman Marlene Caride (D36). The letter asks Caride to “investigate the County Executive’s unlawful actions, and, if warranted, present a Bill of Impeachment against the County Executive.”

Sheriff Saudino Responds To Donovan's Criticism Of Armored Vehicle


Sheriff Saudino Responds To DonovanSheriff Michael Saudino issued a statement in response to criticism by Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan over the Sheriffs Department’s plan to acquire an armored vehicle at no cost from the Department of Defense.

Donovan Objects To Sheriff's Armored Vehicles But Did Not Have A Problem When County Police Bought One


Donovan Objects To SheriffDonovan, however, did not seem to have a problem when the Bergen County Police bought a bearcat (which is like an MRAP) for $750,000 along with a 50 caliber sniper rifle a few years back.

Donovan’s Feud With Sheriff Leaves Six Officers Without Pay Or Health Insurance


Donovan’s Feud With Sheriff Leaves Six Officers Without Pay Or Health InsuranceIn yet another chapter of Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan’s feud with the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department and Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino Donovan has refused to authorize paychecks for six correction officers who were recently transferred to the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department.

Tedesco Introduces Economic Development Plan For Bergen County


Tedesco Introduces Economic Development Plan For Bergen CountyDemocratic candidate for Bergen County Executive James Tedesco today unveiled a plan to foster economic growth and job creation within Bergen County. Tedesco who is running against Republican Kathleen Donovan criticized her administration for a “failure to prioritize economic development.”

Bergen Freeholders and Bergen County Clerk Return Fire After Donovan Contacts State Over Budget


Bergen Freeholders and Bergen County Clerk Return Fire After Donovan Contacts State Over Budget  The Bergen County Freeholders and Bergen County Clerk fire back after County Executive Kathleen Donovan sent a letter to the State Division of Local Government Services asking for their intervention in the proposed zero tax increase budget.

Bergen County freeholders reinstate Human Services chief, saying county erred in demotion procedures


Bergen County freeholders reinstate Human Services chief, saying county erred in demotion proceduresThe Bergen County Freeholders on Wednesday, in an unusual move, ordered former Human Services Director Jane Linter reinstated, deciding that the county administration failed to follow proper procedures in demoting her.

Hackensack City Manager Files Law Suit Against City, Deputy Mayor, Mayor and Police Director


Hackensack City Manager Files Law Suit Against City, Deputy Mayor, Mayor and Police DirectorToday, Anthony Rottino, the Hackensack City Manager and Director of Economic Development filed suit against the City, Mayor John LaBrosse, Deputy Mayor Kathleen Canestrino and Police Director Michael Mordaga


Driver in Ridgefield crash that killed best friend is in a coma, family says

The 20-year-old driver in a Ridgefield car crash that killed one of his best friends is in a coma with a swollen brain, his mother said Friday.

Miles Reme, former Fort Lee HS baseball player, killed in Ridgefield crash; 2 others injured

A 20-year-old former Fort Lee scholastic baseball player, who was out with two of his former high school classmates in the early morning hours Thursday, died from injuries sustained when the car in which he was a passenger struck a building in Ridgefield after swerving across the road, authorities said.

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Roy Cho Endorsed By 50,000-Member Bergen Central Labor Council

“After a decade of Scott Garrett’s anti-union, anti-worker record in Congress, Northern New Jersey needs Roy Cho to make sure Congress once again represents working families,” said Michael Schneider, president of the Council.

Mom wants answers in son’s suicide at Hackensack police station

Two years have passed since Daniel C. Hopkins hanged himself in a holding cell at Hackensack police headquarters, and his mother remains heartbroken, disbelieving and confused. His mother, Nicole Hatton has filed a wrongful-death action in state Superior Court alleging in part that officers failed both to monitor Hopkins while he was in his cell and to quickly get him medical aid.

Israel solidarity rally in Englewood draws nearly 2,000

Nearly 2,000 attendees at a hastily organized rally in Englewood on Thursday were urged to stand with the people of Israel in renewed warfare that — in the words of one speaker — was forced on them by the Palestinian militant organization Hamas.

Family, friends of slain Hackensack limo driver call for justice, gun laws

More than 100 family members and friends of a limousine driver who was slain in a shooting on Route 80 in Saddle Brook last month gathered on the steps of the Bergen County Court­house in Hackensack on Thursday to demand justice, an end to violence and stricter measures to control firearms in New Jersey.

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.

Resident group ends lawsuit against Hawthorne over Wal-Mart

The lawsuit challenging ordinances that would have paved way for the development of a Wal-Mart supermarket is over.

Allendale parent groups file federal complaint against school 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.

Fort Lee man, 20, killed when car crashes into building in Ridgefield

One passenger was killed when a car hit a building at Broad Avenue and Edgewater Road Thursday, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinell said. The crash left driver in very serious condition, and another passenger in serious condition.

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Passaic Central Labor Council Endorses Roy Cho For Congress

Roy Cho, candidate for Congress in the 5th District, has been endorsed by the 8,000-member Passaic County Central Labor Council, President Juan Negron formally announced today.

AG Files Complaint Against Bergen County Moving Company

Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced the filing of a complaint against Moving Max, Inc., a Bergen County moving company based in Fair Lawn, and its owners, Adam Eliad, 32, and Oziel Eliad, 60, both of Paramus, for repeatedly offering artificially low estimates to consumers, and then once in possession of their goods, threatening to hold those goods hostage unless a higher payment.

North Jersey Jewish group to rally for Israel

The Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey will hold a solidarity rally for Israel. The rally will take place Thursday night at the Bergen Pac in Englewood.

One killed in Ridgefield crash; part of US 1&9 closed in both directions

The front-seat passenger was killed when a car hit a building at Broad and Edgewater avenues about 130 a.m. Thursday, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinell said. The county prosecutor's office, Ridgefield police, the sheriff's department Bureau of Criminal Investigation unit, state Department of Transportation and a state trooper are at the scene.

Back to duty from a sad respite

Waldwick police officers are back on duty after the close-knit department spent six days grieving for Officer Christopher Goodell, who was killed in a traffic accident last week on Route 17.

CATS comes to bergenPAC for 3 days in Englewood

The bergenPAC Performing Arts School will bring the classic musical CATS to its Englewood stage on Aug. 1-2 at 8 p.m. and Aug. 3 at 3 p.m.

Borough purchases three-acre site that served as electrical substation

Utilizing a $450,000 Open Space Grant from the county of Bergen, Ramsey has purchased the three-acre site that served as an electrical substation

Volunteers add touch of love to meal at Bergen County homeless shelter

Wednesday was more like a holiday in July than a typical lunchtime at the Bergen County human services center, one patron said. There was catered food and music performed by classically trained musicians in an atmosphere of warmth and welcome specially created by a group linked to a global volunteerism campaign.

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Tedesco Calls On Donovan For Answers To Dysfunction In Administration

Democratic candidate for Bergen County Executive, Freeholder James Tedesco issued a letter to Kathleen Donovan looking for answers to many questions, most of which have arisen since County Administrator Edward Trawinski left his position due to health reasons. Donovan’s appointment of Benjamin Kezmarsky as Interim County Administrator has left a vacuum in the day to day functioning of Bergen County.

Elmwood Park-based Sealed Air Corp.'s move to N.C. will cost N.J. 200 jobs

After 54 years in North Jersey, Elmwood Park-based Sealed Air Corp. — the maker of Bubble Wrap — said Wednesday that it is moving its headquarters to Charlotte, N.C., in exchange for up to $36 million in corporate tax breaks from North Carolina. Sealed Air will move about 200 jobs from North Jersey.

Judge to decide soon on $66M construction contract for Bergen County Justice Center

A judge said he expects to rule by Monday whether Bergen County officials properly awarded a nearly $66 million contract to build a new Justice Center and nearby parking deck.

Supporters of Israel set rally in Englewood

Supporters of Israel will gather Thursday night to express their solidarity at the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood.

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