Governor Christie and his Administration today announced important initiatives to strengthen community policing throughout New Jersey. These bold initiatives include $4 million in funding for a statewide body cameras initiative
Oritani Bank's Christmas in July Food Drive" ends on August 3. Non-perishable food items can be dropped off at all Oritani Bank locations to help CFA help your neighbors in need.
A lucky New Jersey Lottery CASH4LIFE ticketholder won the $1,000 A Day for Life top prize from the Monday, July 27 drawing when their ticket matched the 5 white balls and the Cash Ball. The lucky retailer that sold the ticket was Speedway on Route 17 South, Paramus
New Jersey Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman has scheduled an 11 a.m. news conference to announce a new directive on body cameras and the establishment for uniform procedures in use-of-force investigations. The action includes the purchase of 1,000 body cameras for New Jersey State Police troopers
In light of back-to-school season, WalletHub compared the quality of education in the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia by analyzing 13 key metrics that range from student-teacher ratios to standardized-test scores to dropout rates.
This Thursday, July 30, the state of New Jersey will recognize “Corrections Officer Day.” This day is a tribute to Officer Fred Baker who was killed on duty when he was stabbed in the back by an inmate at the Bayside State Prison in Leesburg on July 30, 1997 and all the sacrifices made by members of this profession in the line of duty.
The New Jersey State Police, working in cooperation with partnering agencies, have arrested Philip Carry, 59, of Fair Lawn, N.J., for allegedly attempting to meet with a 15-year-old girl after sending her sexually explicit text messages.
Someone made off with a satchel containing $150,000 in cash meant for ATM machines after it was left on a lawn in Mahwah.
Peter A. Michelotti, President & CEO, Community Bank of Bergen County and an officer of The Community Bankers Association of New Jersey says credit unions have spent more than $600 million on trade groups, lobbyists, political donations, naming rights for sports arenas and other efforts to promote what they call “the credit union movement.”
The County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey announces the availability of the Oscar W. Rittenhouse, Andrew K. Ruotolo, Jr., Harris Y. Cotton and the John H. Stamler Memorial Scholarships. The nonprofit group, annually awards scholarships to law students, college and graduate students. Each scholarship is a one-year grant in the amount of up to $3,500.00 paid directly to the recipient.
The body of 49-year-old Eugene Jaspan's washed up Monday on the bank of the Hudson River. Jaspan had been reported missing by his wife on Sunday afternoon. Detectives checked local hospitals and notified neighboring law enforcement agencies.
Dozens of protesters gathered outside Congressman Scott Garrett's office on Harristown Road in Glen Rock today to denounce the republican's statements that he wouldn't donate money to the National Republican Congressional Committee because of its support for gay candidates.
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