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Sheriff's Officer Makes Arrest After Quick Chase In Hackensack
Monday, July 28, 2014
Devin Hobson was charged with Eluding a Police Officer and Obstruction, along with 13 motor vehicle ...


Deadbeat Dad, A Great Headline
Sunday, July 27, 2014
After spending literally months with the reporter for the Bergen Record most of the parents involved ...


Bergen County Police Chief, Brian Higgins, Faces Two Year Suspension From State PBA
Friday, July 25, 2014
Brian Higgins, Chief of the Bergen County Police Department and Director of Public Safety was called ...


Hackensack Police Officer Files Suit Against Police Director And City
Friday, July 25, 2014
Hackensack Police Officer Moise Flanagan has filed a lawsuit against Police Director Michael Mordaga ...


Roy Cho Endorsed By 50,000-Member Bergen Central Labor Council
Friday, July 25, 2014
“After a decade of Scott Garrett’s anti-union, anti-worker record in Congress, Northern New Jersey n ...


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 ...



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Bergen County Police Chief, Brian Higgins, Faces Two Year Suspension From State PBA


Bergen County Police Chief, Brian Higgins, Faces Two Year Suspension From State PBABrian Higgins, Chief of the Bergen County Police Department and Director of Public Safety was called before the judiciary committee of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association to face accusations that stem from an incident in August 2013 when Republican Freeholder Maura DeNicola was stopped by a county sheriff's officer.

Hackensack Police Officer Files Suit Against Police Director And City


Hackensack Police Officer Files Suit Against Police Director And CityHackensack Police Officer Moise Flanagan has filed a lawsuit against Police Director Michael Mordaga and the City of Hackensack alleging continuous and repeated retaliation. In his complaint, Flanagan alleges that he has been retaliated against because of his cooperation in an investigation by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office.

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.”

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.

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


Mahwah environmentalist to be named an N.J. hero by First Lady Mary Pat Christie

New Jersey’s first lady will honor a Mahwah environmentalist with a New Jersey hero award during a ceremony at the community garden at Bergen Community College.

Clowns caught up in minor accident in Westwood

A woman who had just performed a clown show at an elementary school crashed a Toyota sedan into a telephone pole on Berkeley Avenue just before noon Monday, police and a witness said.

2 construction workers injured in fall at Wood-Ridge building

Two construction workers who fell more than 10 feet on a roof while dismantling air conditioning machinery Monday morning were transported to the hospital with cuts and head and back injuries, authorities said.

Sheriff's Officer Makes Arrest After Quick Chase In Hackensack

Devin Hobson was charged with Eluding a Police Officer and Obstruction, along with 13 motor vehicle summonses after brief chase with Sheriff's officer
 in Hackensack.

Mayors of Paterson, Jersey City and Newark to announce joint anti-crime plan

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and Paterson Mayor Jose Torres have scheduled a news conference in Jersey City for Monday afternoon to announce the plan.

Hundreds turn out for annual Butterfly Day in the Meadowlands

The hunt for the colorful, flighty creatures at the festivities drew roughly 700 people.

Colombians celebrate their heritage in Overpeck Park

Thousands of people draped in yellow danced to accordion-heavy tunes and savored plates of plantains, arepas and sausages.

Franklin Lakes Police Department readies for new chief

A longtime borough police officer has been promoted to the position of chief after a three-month process that had winnowed the finalists to three internal candidates.

Funeral held for former Bergen County paramedic killed in New Mexico helicopter crash

Hundreds of friends, family and former colleagues gathered in Fort Lee on Sunday to pay their final respects to Rebecca Serkey, the former Bergen County paramedic who died earlier this month in New Mexico when her medical helicopter crashed while flying to pick up a patient.

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Deadbeat Dad, A Great Headline

After spending literally months with the reporter for the Bergen Record most of the parents involved in trying to change the broken child support system were still unsure if the story was getting through. After reading today’s article in the Record we still don’t know.

Westwood honors Special Olympics gold medalist

At Tuesday’s borough council meeting, Mayor John Birkner, Jr. and Council President Cynthia Waneck presented Murtagh with a proclamation honoring his gold medal achievement and officially declared yesterday “Ed Murtagh Day.”

Food pantries face summer shortage but high demand

The demand increases because families whose kids get free or subsidized breakfast and lunch at school turn to food pantries to help provide those meals during the summer. The challenges become even greater because donations are down.

Truck driver charged in fatal hit-run

A North Bergen man was arrested in the death of a 63-year-old East Rutherford man in a hit-and-run accident early Saturday, authorities said.

Hundreds march to raise awareness of drug abuse in Bergen County

Roxanne Davis didn’t want anybody to know her son, Gabriel, died of a drug overdose. Fearing that her family and neighbors in Mahwah would label Gabriel a drug addict, Davis told everyone that his death in January 2014 was caused by a mysterious infection.

Scores take to Lake Tappan for 4th annual paddle day

The sports fishermen who frequent Lake Tappan usually see an unbroken plane of water from shore to shore. Saturday was different. Bright yellow, orange and sky-blue specks were scattered across the gray surface of the water – a small armada of kayaks and canoes.

Paramus police Man flipped car while driving wrong way on Route 4; charged with DWI

Paramus police charged a man with driving while intoxicated early Saturday morning after his car overturned on Route 4. The man was driving west in the eastbound lanes of Route 4, police said, when the single-vehicle accident occurred at around 330 a.m.

North Arlington police investigate use of counterfeit $100 bills at 7-Eleven

North Arlington police are investigating the use of four counterfeit $100 bills at the 7-Eleven on Ridge Road on Sunday evening.

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Bergen County Police Chief, Brian Higgins, Faces Two Year Suspension From State PBA

Brian Higgins, Chief of the Bergen County Police Department and Director of Public Safety was called before the judiciary committee of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association to face accusations that stem from an incident in August 2013 when Republican Freeholder Maura DeNicola was stopped by a county sheriff's officer.

United Water wins kayaking relay on Lake Tappan

There might not be a homecourt advantage in kayaking, but United Water still won its relay Friday on Lake Tappan, one of the New Jersey branch’s four reservoirs.

Experts split on defendant's mental state in slaying of 88-year-old Fairview man

The clashing opinions of psychiatrists are at the heart of a murder case that went to a jury in Hackensack on Thursday, exactly four years after a World War II veteran died of injuries suffered in a brutal bludgeoning in his Fairview home.

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Hackensack Police Officer Files Suit Against Police Director And City

Hackensack Police Officer Moise Flanagan has filed a lawsuit against Police Director Michael Mordaga and the City of Hackensack alleging continuous and repeated retaliation. In his complaint, Flanagan alleges that he has been retaliated against because of his cooperation in an investigation by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office.

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.

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