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Cable Installer Charged With Sex Assault Of Girl, 13, After Internet Chats
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli announced the arrest of Robert W. Cubala, 28, of Linden, ...

Long Island man charged with molesting Elmwood Park girl, 13
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
A Realtor from Long Island sexually molested a 13-year-old Elmwood Park girl several times before be ...

Bergen County Sheriff’s Office Announces Promotions
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
On Wednesday, October 01, 2014 Sheriff Michael Saudino announced the names of four (4) Bergen County ...

Hackensack has a new city manager. Finally
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
The city council hired David R. Troast. Mr. Troast seems like a nice man, but he has two things goin ...

Good Samaritan: Jim Tedesco First On The Scene In Teaneck MVA
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
A motor vehicle accident involving a bicyclist occurred in Teaneck on Tuesday night. Another motoris ...

New Jersey Schools Selected for National Blue Ribbon Recognition
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) today announced that 11 schools in New Jersey, both public and private, ...

Freeholder Candidates Debate Issues At Grass Roots Forum [Video]
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Candidates running for Bergen County Freeholder debated the issues at a forum on Tuesday night in Te ...

Poll: Clinton Leads Christie By 10 Points In NJ, Christie Job Approval Sinking
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
In an early look at the 2016 presidential race, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a 20 p ...

Freeholders Attend Adult Care Event At Kaplen JCC In Tenafly
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Freeholder Vice-Chair Dr. Joan Voss (Fort Lee) and Freeholder Chairman David L. Ganz (Fair Lawn) wer ...

Wounded Warriors Project and Monuments Men Foundation Join DOL At Hiring Fair for Veterans
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the Department of Military and Veteran ...


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Donovan To Sheriff’s Officers: “The Case Is Not Over”


Donovan To Sheriff’s Officers: “The Case Is Not Over”Still defiant, even after a Supreme Court rejection, Donovan insisted - “We must pay it and we are but in theory, the courts could have it paid back. That’s the other remedy that if they rule in our favor, in my favor, in the taxpayers’ favor, they would have to pay the money back”

Bergen Sheriff Calls On Donovan To 'Do The Right Thing' After NJ Supreme Court Denies Stay


Bergen Sheriff Calls On Donovan To Saudino said, “In ruling against a stay, the Supreme Court has sent a clear message that the County Executive is unlikely to succeed based on the merits of the case. I am optimistic that Ms. Donovan will seize this opportunity to finally do the right thing and stop wasting the taxpayers’ money on frivolous litigation.”

Donovan Goes Negative With Attack Ad In Campaign For County Executive


Donovan Goes Negative With Attack Ad In Campaign For County ExecutiveComing off a big loss with the New Jersey Supreme Court on Friday, County Executive Kathleen Donovan tried to change the subject today when she released a thirty second attack ad. On Friday New Jersey’s Highest Court denied her request for a stay in the long running fight with the Bergen County Sheriff and the officers of PBA Local 134.

Donovan Denied Stay By New Jersey Supreme Court, Must Pay Sheriff’s Officers


Donovan Denied Stay By New Jersey Supreme Court, Must Pay Sheriff’s OfficersBergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan was denied a stay by the New Jersey State Supreme Court in her battle with the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department and Sheriff Michael Saudino. “She has to pay us, there is nowhere else she can go” Marcelo Hagopian, president of the PBA 134 told the Bergen Dispatch. Hagopian also pointed out that at every step of the costly legal battle the PBA has won.

Donovan Pulls Newsletter Paid With Tax Dollars, Reimbursing County For Cost


Donovan Pulls Newsletter Paid With Tax Dollars, Reimbursing County For CostThe newest issue of the "Bergen Blast," printed by the county and posted on its website, says a lot about County Executive Kathe Donovan. But there’s a problem. The newsletter — which was set to be distributed to libraries, lobbies, senior centers and veterans homes in the county’s 70 towns may not be legal because Donovan is up for re-election in November.

Sheriff's Officers PBA 134 Takes Support For Tedesco To New Heights


SheriffWhile anyone involved in this year’s campaign for Bergen County Executive knows where the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department officers stand they made their support for candidate James Tedesco official with a billboard, across the street from the Bergen County Jail on South River Street in Hackensack

Legislators Press Christie On Food Aid Cuts


Legislators Press Christie On Food Aid CutsSenator Raymond Lesniak on Monday introduced a resolution directing Governor Chris Christie to tap unused energy funds to prevent the loss of food aid to the needy, a move that would protect them from having food stamps cut by as much as $90 a month because of a rule change in the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

Bergen County School Board Candidates


Bergen County School Board Candidates Here are the candidates for school boards across Bergen County in the November elections. New Jersey’s 4,800 board members are the largest group of elected officials in the state, responsible for decisions affecting the operation of more than 2,400 public schools and the education of over 1.37 million children.


Cable Installer Charged With Sex Assault Of Girl, 13, After Internet Chats

Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli announced the arrest of Robert W. Cubala, 28, of Linden, New Jersey on charges of Sexual Assault and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.  The arrest is the result of an investigation conducted by members of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit, the Fair Lawn Police Department and the Elmwood Park Police Department.

Bergen County Sheriff’s Office Announces Promotions

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On Wednesday, October 01, 2014 Sheriff Michael Saudino announced the names of four (4) Bergen County Sheriff’s Officers who received promotions during a ceremony today at the Bergen County Justice Center.

Good Samaritan: Jim Tedesco First On The Scene In Teaneck MVA

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A motor vehicle accident involving a bicyclist occurred in Teaneck on Tuesday night. Another motorist, who witnessed the accident, quickly called for an ambulance and administered first aid. That Good Samaritan was former Paramus Mayor, Freeholder James Tedesco.

New Jersey Schools Selected for National Blue Ribbon Recognition

U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) today announced that 11 schools in New Jersey, both public and private, have been selected for the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program by the U.S. Department of Education.

Freeholder Candidates Debate Issues At Grass Roots Forum [Video]

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Candidates running for Bergen County Freeholder debated the issues at a forum on Tuesday night in Teaneck. The event, hosted by Bergen Grass Roots, was held at the Teaneck library auditorium.  The two hour forum was, for the most part, a civil discussion on issues relevant to the voters of Bergen County.  Safety of rail cars passing through local towns, gambling in Bergen County, Port Authority reform and even Blue Laws were topics that the candidates agreed on, mostly.

Woman arrested in prostitution sting in Lyndhurst

A 51-year-old woman from Flushing, N.Y., was arrested on prostitution charges Sunday afternoon following a sting at a massagYin Jin allegedly offered sex for money after giving a massage to an undercover detective from the prosecutor’s office at the First Health Spa, Capt. John Valente said.e parlor on Ridge Road, authorities said.

Poll: Clinton Leads Christie By 10 Points In NJ, Christie Job Approval Sinking

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In an early look at the 2016 presidential race, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a 20 percentage point lead among women as she tops Gov. Christopher Christie 50 - 40 percent among all New Jersey voters, according to a Quinnipiac University Poll released today.

Haworth man dies in early morning crash on Route 80 westbound near Exit 63

The circumstances of the crash are under investigation and more information is expected later today, the tweet said.

Bergen County police departments make statement in pink for breast cancer awareness

Park Ridge police Lt. Nick Errico is on a mission to turn Bergen County pink, one hat at a time. The Police Department and 13 others in Bergen County are wearing pink caps in October for breast cancer awareness.

Lanes reopen after fatal crash on Route 80 westbound near Exit 63

The circumstances of the crash are under investigation and more information is expected later today, the tweet said.

Freeholders Attend Adult Care Event At Kaplen JCC In Tenafly

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Freeholder Vice-Chair Dr. Joan Voss (Fort Lee) and Freeholder Chairman David L. Ganz (Fair Lawn) were on hand for the distribution of Adult Care Briefs that were coordinated by Marlene Ceragno at the Kaplen JCC in Tenafly.

Wounded Warriors Project and Monuments Men Foundation Join DOL At Hiring Fair for Veterans

The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and the Essex County One-Stop Career Center will host  acareer fair for veterans at 9 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014.

Alan Marcus Still An Issue For Donovan Campaign

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Sources inside the Donovan re-election campaign say that their biggest fear going in to November’s election is Alan Marcus. “No one is too worried because voters don’t know who Marcus is”, said one Republican operative, who, like many interviewed for this article, requested anonymity.  Inside the Donovan administration, however, Marcus is well known as that man behind the curtain.

Donovan To Sheriff’s Officers: “The Case Is Not Over”

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Still defiant, even after a Supreme Court rejection, Donovan insisted - “We must pay it and we are but in theory, the courts could have it paid back. That’s the other remedy that if they rule in our favor, in my favor, in the taxpayers’ favor, they would have to pay the money back”

Bergen Grass Roots To Hold County Candidate Forum

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On Thursday, September 30th, candidates for Bergen County Freeholder will face off at the Teaneck Library auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Incumbent Freeholder Chairman, David Ganz, and Vice-Chair Joan Voss will face challengers Robert Avery and Bernadette Walsh.

Donovan Supporter Goes After Bergen Sheriff Officer Over Facebook Posts

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Bruce Young, Vice President of the Republican Club of Carlstadt, is suspected as the man caught on tape distributing flyers attacking a candidate running for the Board of Education. What makes the video interesting is that Young is the President of the Carlstadt Board of Education --- but this Board of Education race is in a town 25 miles away in Passaic County.

Bergen Sheriff Calls On Donovan To 'Do The Right Thing' After NJ Supreme Court Denies Stay

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Saudino said, “In ruling against a stay, the Supreme Court has sent a clear message that the County Executive is unlikely to succeed based on the merits of the case. I am optimistic that Ms. Donovan will seize this opportunity to finally do the right thing and stop wasting the taxpayers’ money on frivolous litigation.”

Donovan Goes Negative With Attack Ad In Campaign For County Executive

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Coming off a big loss with the New Jersey Supreme Court on Friday, County Executive Kathleen Donovan tried to change the subject today when she released a thirty second attack ad. On Friday New Jersey’s Highest Court denied her request for a stay in the long running fight with the Bergen County Sheriff and the officers of PBA Local 134.
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