Hackensack police officers responding to a fight arrested two nineteen-year-olds from the Bronx after the pair took off running when officers arrived on the scene near First Street and Centeral Avenue. The officers chased down and apprehended the two according to commanding officer Capt. Timothy Lloyd.
On Tuesday evening, May 26, 2015, at the Ridgefield American Legion Hall, in front of a standing room only crowd of Police Officers, family, friends, and residents, Ridgefield Mayor Anthony Suarez, Police Commissioner Javier Acosta, Police Chief Thomas J. Gallagher, and the Ridgefield Borough Council promoted and swore in 9 Ridgefield Police Officers to their new ranks.
U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell was joined today by labor leaders from across northern New Jersey to discuss the potential impact of pending legislation in Congress granting fast track authority for trade deals
By CORY BOOKER and LORETTA WEINBERG: A FAMILY in Trenton can pay its bills, transfer money and manage its budget all online, without taking a trip to the physical bank. Retirees in Englewood can log in to see when their Social Security benefits will be paid. A husband in Tenafly can see and speak with his wife serving our country thousands of miles overseas.
The Bergen County Prosecutor announced the arrest of Juan Raymond Martori, 43, of Cliffside Park, New Jersey. During this investigation, detectives developed and corroborated information that Martori was cutting, packaging and distributing Heroin from his residence.
The Port Authority today announced that it awarded $436 million in contracts to minority, women-owned and small business enterprises (MWSBE) in 2014, representing 18.3 percent of all agency capital spending that year. The 18.3 percent participation rate was the highest over the past three years.
The League of Women Voters of New Jersey elected a new Board of Directors at their 61st Biennial State Convention. Nancy Hedinger, previously the League's Vice President of Advocacy and Programs, was elected as President to succeed Toni Zimmer, whose term has expired.
More than 300 members of the New Jersey Jewish community attended Wednesday’s launch of Teach NJS, a new initiative of New Jersey Jewish day schools and yeshivas and the OU Advocacy Center to mobilize the community to become more politically engaged, in order to influence and change the way the state of New Jersey funds non-public education.
The Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders on Wednesday voted unanimously to introduce the 2015 Budget, including over $1 million in savings identified by the board in a series of departmental hearings that took place during the previous two months.
Employees of the Bergen County Clerk’s Office were set up in the Mahwah Senior Citizens Center on May 19, 20 and 21 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm as part of the County Clerk’s recently launched “AROUND THE COUNTY” initiative.
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