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Update: Prisioner Hangs Self In Cell At Hackensack Police Station


Update: Prisioner Hangs Self In Cell At Hackensack Police StationOn Tuesday, January 27, William Tiren, a 56 year old man who’s most recent address was the homeless shelter, was arrested on an outstanding theft warrant. While in the holding cell, he attempted to hang himself.

LMFAO Is Dems Reaction To Christie Presidential PAC


LMFAO Is Dems Reaction To Christie Presidential PACChris Christie backers formed a political action committee as part of constructing a possible 2016 bid for the White House. The PAC called ‘Leadership Matters For America’ launched their new website at LeadershipMattersForAmerica.Org and are already a sensation on social media.

Storm Delays Trial Of Former Bergen Democrat Chairman


Storm Delays Trial Of Former Bergen Democrat ChairmanTuesday’s alleged snowstorm led to the courts being closed and to a postponement of a pre-trial hearing for former Bergen County Democratic Chairman Joseph A. Ferriero. Ferriero faces charges on of kickback, bribery and racketeering charges.

Attorney Puts NJ MVC On Notice Over 'Unlawful' License Suspensions


Attorney Puts NJ MVC On Notice Over In a letter to MVC Chief Administrator Raymond Martinez, Davis put the commission on notice that the suit is being prepared and that the commission should “cease and desist from illegally suspending driver's licenses where there is no evidence before the Division that the driver's Constitutional rights were adhered to”.

Snow Fall Totals For January 27: How Much Snow Did You Get?


Snow Fall Totals For January 27: How Much Snow Did You Get?Some areas of New Jersey have seen as much as 8 inches of snow in the overnight storm. Here are the snow fall totals for some New Jersey towns. Amounts are compiled by the National Weather Service.

Union President Elected To Fill Vacant Bergen County Freeholder Seat


Union President Elected To Fill Vacant Bergen County Freeholder SeatTom Sullivan, IBEW Local 164 president, was elected by acclamation to fill the seat on the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders left vacant when Jim Tedesco was sworn in as Bergen County Executive.

Donovan Calls Republicans Who Supported Opponent 'Traitors'


Donovan Calls Republicans Who Supported Opponent In her first public speech since losing the county executive election in November, Kathleen Donovan referred those within the party who supported her opponent as “traitors.”

Disaster Relief Fund for the Families Affected by the Edgewater, New Jersey Fire


Disaster Relief Fund for the Families Affected by the Edgewater, New Jersey FireSo many of our friends and family members have been affected by the tragic fire that broke out at the Edgewater, New Jersey apartment complex on January 21st. Hundreds of residents are now homeless and without basic necessities. 100% of your donations will go to the families affected by this tragedy. The Edgewater Education Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) charity foundation.

Community Center Opened for Families Displaced by Edgewater Fire


Community Center Opened for Families Displaced by Edgewater FireThe American Red Cross, together with the Borough of Edgewater, Bergen County Office of Emergency Management and the Edgewater Office of Emergency Management, opened a reception center at the Edgewater Community Center, 1167 River Road to help the more than 400 families displaced by Wednesday’s fire at an apartment complex on Russell Avenue in Edgewater, New Jersey.


Update: Prisioner Hangs Self In Cell At Hackensack Police Station

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On Tuesday, January 27, William Tiren, a 56 year old man who’s most recent address was the homeless shelter, was arrested on an outstanding theft warrant. While in the holding cell, he attempted to hang himself.

Vainieri Huttle Appointed to Assembly Leadership Post of Deputy Speaker

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Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto has appointed Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-Bergen) to serve in the leadership position of Deputy Speaker of the General Assembly.

Bergen To Hold Annual Project Homeless Connect

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Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Department of Human Services today announced that Bergen County’s rescheduled 9th Annual Project Homeless Connect (PHC) will be held on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bergen County Housing, Health and Human Services Center located at 120 South River Street in Hackensack.

Data: New Jersey Renters Must Earn $24.92 Per Hour To Afford Housing

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Many renters in New Jersey are extremely low income and face a housing cost burden. Across the state, there is a deficit of rental units both affordable and available to extremely low income (ELI) renter households, i.e. those with incomes at 30% or less of the area median income (AMI).

Bergen Political Strategist Takes Home Award For Tedesco Television Ad

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Bergen Democrat Political Strategist, Adam Silverstein, took home first place at the REED Awards for the best television ad for local, county, or judicial candidate. The News Team Investigation commercial was produced by Silverstein’s company, Silver Strategies and Communications Group, for the Jim Tedesco for Bergen County Executive campaign.

LMFAO Is Dems Reaction To Christie Presidential PAC

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Chris Christie backers formed a political action committee as part of constructing a possible 2016 bid for the White House. The PAC called ‘Leadership Matters For America’ launched their new website at LeadershipMattersForAmerica.Org and are already a sensation on social media.

Prisioner Hangs Self In Cell At Hackensack Police Station

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A man is in a medically-induced coma at Bergen Regional Medical Center after an attempted suicide while in custody at the Police Department in Hackensack, New Jersey.

Romanian National Admits Role as Ringleader of $5 million ATM Skimming Scheme

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A native of Romania who was arrested in Sweden and extradited to the United States admitted today to directing a large-scale scheme that stole bank account information through a process commonly referred to as “ATM skimming,” in which conspirators secretly installed card-reading devices on ATMs throughout New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Florida, and elsewhere.

State Police to Tackle Drunk Driving on Super Bowl Weekend

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It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since we hosted Super Bowl XLVIII here in New Jersey. This year’s game will be played in Arizona, but here in New Jersey the State Police will have increased patrols statewide to tackle a major threat to roadway safety: Driving While Intoxicated.

 

Bill to Stop Unwanted, Unsolicited Telemarketing Calls to Residents’ Cell Phones Becomes Law

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Nancy Pinkin, Wayne DeAngelo and Timothy Eustace to prohibit unsolicited telemarketing sales calls to commercial mobile service devices was signed into law on Thursday.

Storm Delays Trial Of Former Bergen Democrat Chairman

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Tuesday’s alleged snowstorm led to the courts being closed and to a postponement of a pre-trial hearing for former Bergen County Democratic Chairman Joseph A. Ferriero. Ferriero faces charges on of kickback, bribery and racketeering charges.

Bill to Allow for Display of e-Car Insurance Gets Green Light from Assembly

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Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Craig Coughlin, Tim Eustace, Gordon Johnson and Carmelo G. Garcia that would bring motor vehicle insurance requirements in line with 21st century technology was unanimously approved by the full Assembly on Thursday.
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