Bergen County Department of Health’s Office of Alcohol and Drug Dependence (OADD) on Thursday hosted the County’s first free public training on the proper administration of the life-saving drug Narcan for heroin and opioid overdose.
Sheriff Michael Saudino announced on Tuesday that the Office of the Bergen County Sheriff’s participated in a three-day statewide sheriff child support warrant sweep which served a total of 67 warrants, and collected $39,331 in support.
Wilbur Jonathon Barahona, age 20, and Jostin Vidal Reyes, age 21, were arrested in Ridgewood, NJ on Tuesday and charged with two counts each of Carjacking, two counts each of Robbery by Force, two counts each of Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault, and weapons charges.
On Monday, Little Ferry Police Officers responded to an apartment building on Liberty St on a report of a Domestic Dispute. Upon arrival the officers were met by a female victim who said that she and her husband had a verbal dispute that turned physical.
"Director Mordaga's conduct has been the subject of numerous lawsuits, all allege a strikingly similar pattern of behavior that calls into question Director Mordaga's character and ability to effectively and lawfully lead the Hackensack Police Department"
Assemblywoman Mila Jasey, Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and Assemblywoman Betty Lou DeCroce on Tuesday unveiled bipartisan legislation that would expand New Jersey’s public preschool program to additional New Jersey communities.
Gautam Sehgal was charged by a state grand jury with seven counts of health care claims fraud in the second degree for allegedly filing fraudulent bills to insurance carriers.
Leading the way for the weekend campaign warriors was Wilbur James ‘Bill’ Christie, the 82-year-old father of the Governor, who boarded a bus in Florham Park on Friday evening and did not stop going all weekend.
An Assembly panel on Monday advanced legislation asking voters to allow the creation of casino gaming facilities in North Jersey and use money from that expansion to fund programs and property tax relief for senior citizens and disabled residents, along with help for Atlantic City and the horse racing industry.
Rutgers Business School is inviting students from New Jersey's seven largest county colleges to participate in a new case competition on April 1.
Incidents and arrests in the Village of Ridgewood, NJ. All defendants are considered innocent until found guilty in a court of law.
Five men who were arrested in Passaic County, New Jersey, with a combined 55 kilograms of heroin and cocaine in their possession appeared in Newark federal court today, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
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