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Residents trying to recall mayor who was flipped off, called 'piece of "(expletive")' by councilwoman

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Mahwah mayor Bill Laforet says the recall petition is a result of him attempting to fire the D.P.W. director after pornography was found on department computers in February.

Crash investigation prompts road closure in Palisades Park

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A section of Bergen Boulevard was closed while authorities investigated an accident Tuesday afternoon, according to the state Department of Transportation.

Beth Stefannacci Selected As 'New Jersey Hero'

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First Lady Mary Pat Christie today announced that Beth Stefannacci, founder of Go4theGoal Pediatric Cancer Foundation, has been selected as this month’s New Jersey Hero in the first-ever online public selection process, becoming the 33rd Hero overall and the 2nd of 2015.

Pascrell Urges Passage of a Nationwide Blue Alert System

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U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr., Co-chair of the Congressional Law Enforcement Caucus, was joined today by local law enforcement officials from across northern New Jersey at the Police Officer John Samra Memorial in Clifton to urge passage of legislation he introduced to create a nationwide alert system to assist in the apprehension of violent criminals who have injured or killed police officers.

Bipartisan Medical Marijuana Bill Gains Momentum in Senate and House

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Medical marijuana legislation, led in the Senate by Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) is gaining more and more bipartisan support. Six Republicans and six Democrats have now cosponsored the bipartisan, bicameral Compassionate Access, Research Expansion and Respect States (CARERS) Act,

Bergen Sheriff, US Marshals Apprehended Fugitive On Run For 10 Years

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Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino announces the arrest of Arturo Castelo on March 26, 2015 for a 2005 fugitive warrant.

Bergen County Utilities Authority Recognized For Successful Public Education Programs

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The Bergen County Utilities Authority (BCUA) recently announced its recognition by the Association of Environmental Authorities of New Jersey for its outstanding public education programs.  The public education programs promote an understanding of water, wastewater, solid waste and recycling industries.

Sixth Defendant In Bogus License Case Turns Self In

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Frank Franzsese, of Cedar Grove, who was charged in connection with obtaining a fake New Jersey driver’s license, turned himself in on Monday afternoon. Franzese was previously reported by the prosecutor’s office as a fugitive and his whereabouts were unknown.

PSE&G Investigates Gas Leak In Lodi

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PSEG is on scene at Farnham Ave and Hughes St. The area remains closed while they investigate gas leak, according to Lodi Police.

Bergen County To Receive $4 Million Through Rail Freight Assistance Program For Overpeck Creek Bridge

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The Christie Administration today announced 9 grants totaling $20 million through the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Rail Freight Assistance Program. Bergen County will receive $4,321,800 (70%) of the $6,174,000 cost to replace the Overpeck Creek Bridge in Ridgefield Park.
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NORTH JERSEY TRAFFIC ALERTS
GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE: CONSTRUCTION INITIAL
10:16 PM - As of 1015pm, there's Construction on the George Washington Bridge westbound at New York Side/Upper Level in Manhattan. 2 left lanes closed from 1100 P.M. until 500 A.M.
GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE: CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
09:56 PM - As of 955pm, there's Construction on the George Washington Bridge eastbound between New Jersey Side/Lower Level in Fort Lee and New York Side/Lower Level in Manhattan. All lanes closed from 1100 P.M. until 500 A.M.
GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE: CONSTRUCTION INITIAL
09:54 PM - As of 953pm, there's Construction on the George Washington Bridge eastbound between New Jersey Side/Lower Level in Fort Lee and New York Side/Lower Level in Manhattan. All lanes closed from 1100 P.M. until 500 A.M.
LINCOLN TUNNEL: CONSTRUCTION INITIAL
09:54 PM - As of 953pm, there's Construction at the Lincoln Tunnel in both directions from New York Side - Center Tube in Manhattan to New Jersey Side - Center Tube in Weehawken Twp. closed from 1100 P.M. until 500 A.M.
LINCOLN TUNNEL: HEAVY TRAFFIC CLEARED
08:57 PM - CLEARED there's Heavy traffic at the Lincoln Tunnel westbound approaching New York Side - Center Tube in Manhattan 20 minute delay.
LINCOLN TUNNEL: HEAVY TRAFFIC CLEARED
08:57 PM - CLEARED there's Heavy traffic at the Lincoln Tunnel westbound approaching New York Side - North Tube in Manhattan 20 minute delay.
NJ TRANSIT ALERTS
08:37 PM - Outbound trains on the Main/Bergen, PVL, M&E, Montclair/Boonton and Gladstone Lines are now operating on or close to schedule with residual delays.0A 0D0ASent 836 PM
NJ 3: DELAYS CLEARED
08:21 PM - CLEARED there are Delays on NJ 3 westbound between NJ 495 in North Bergen Twp and NJ 120/Paterson Plank Road/New Jersey Turnpike - Western Spur in East Rutherford due to an event at the Meadowlands Sports Complex.
NJ TRANSIT ALERTS
08:17 PM - MBPJ train #0061, the 804pm from Middletown, is up to 15 min. late due to a late train ahead.0A0D0ASent 816 PM
NJ 3: DELAYS UPDATE
08:05 PM - As of 804pm, there are Delays on NJ 3 westbound between NJ 495 in North Bergen Twp and NJ 120/Paterson Plank Road/New Jersey Turnpike - Western Spur in East Rutherford due to an event at the Meadowlands Sports Complex.





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