On Wednesday, the Bergen County Freeholders approved a request by the prosecutor’s office for the purchase of an advanced firearm training simulator. Prosecutor John Molinelli described the need for the advanced 180 degree system...
New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced that construction projects on roads and bridges will be suspended over the Labor Day weekend to help minimize congestion and help traffic flow as smoothly as possible.
Germaine M. Ortiz has rejoined the Bergen Community College board of trustees, taking the oath of office at a regular meeting of the institution’s governing panel Sept. 1. She previously served on the College’s board from 2004 to 2013.
The former assistant division administrator of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), New Jersey Division, was sentenced today to 21 months in prison for using a straw company to fraudulently obtain grant funds, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
A father and son were arrested this morning for engaging in a scheme that used straw buyers and short sales on two Bergen County properties to defraud mortgage lenders out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
Before a packed council chambers, Cathy Madalone was officially sworn in as the Chief of the Bergenfield Police Department on Tuesday night in the borough council chambers. Madalone becomes the first woman to head a Bergen County municipal police force.
The League of Women Voters of Bergen County NJ will host 6 candidate forums this fall. The public is invited to all and will have the opportunity to submit questions for the candidates.
Acting on a tip, Rutherford police tracked down and arrested 48-year-old Jorge A. Velasquez who police say left the scene after striking a bicyclist with his car on Route 17 Thursday night.
Declaring that the current city administration has disappointed its supporters and is failing Hackensack residents, Deborah Keeling Geddis has filed petitions today to run for the city council in a special election in November.
A broad coalition of more than a dozen Assembly members are seeking answers as to why the state Department of Health cancelled a call for additional psychiatric beds and services despite evidence of a growing need for these services throughout the state.
Sebastian Tyburski, 26, a Garfield police officer, was allegedly drunk when he crashed into an Elmwood Park police car on Saturday, according to Anthony Cureton, a spokesman for the Bergen County sheriff.
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that a title company owner pleaded guilty today to criminal charges for stealing a total of $7.7 million entrusted to him as a settlement agent to pay off multiple mortgage loans in connection with real estate closings he handled.
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