Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco signed two county ordinances to finalize the legislative component of the county police realignment. With his signature, Tedesco officially moved the Bergen County Police under the authority of the Bergen County Sheriff’s office and established the table of organization for the Bureau of Police Services.
A 10-year-old fifth grader was fatally injured Friday afternoon after jumping from a second-story window at the at Dumont's Grant School. The boy landed on the concrete below, according to police.
The Justice Department is preparing to bring criminal corruption charges against New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez, of Paramus, alleging he used his Senate office to push the business interests of a Democratic donor and friend in exchange for gifts, according to CNN
Acting Governor Kim Guadagno today joined Greece-based Megas Yeeros, LLC to celebrate the grand opening of its new 40,000-square-foot production and headquarters facility in Lyndhurst, which will create approximately 110 new jobs.
Two electricians were taken to the hospital this afternoon after an MRI machine they were working on exploded at the Oradell Animal Hospital.
“Anti-gay initiatives such as Senate Bill 202 in Arkansas are purely discriminatory. They enable, and in fact encourage, systematic prejudice based on sexual orientation,” said Eustace (D-Bergen/Passaic).
U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09), a member of the House Ways and Means and Budget Committees, released the following statement today after the Department of Labor announced that the economy added 295,000 jobs, and unemployment dropped to 5.5 percent. With businesses adding 288,000 jobs, this marks the 60th consecutive month of private sector job growth.
Michelle Cantatore, 51, from White Plains, New York, is scheduled to appear in court today in connection with the robbery of Glen Rock Saving Bank on Feb. 18, 2015, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. Cantatore is charged with one count of bank robbery.
Bergen County Assignment Judge Peter E. Doyne, 63, said he is retiring to go into private practice and will join the Hackensack law firm of Ferro, Labella & Zucker, where he was a partner before becoming a judge 22 years ago.
District 38 Assemblyman Tim Eustace called for bipartisan legislation to make the office of New Jersey Attorney General an elected position in the wake of the announcement by Acting Attorney General John J Hoffman of a settlement with ExxonMobil.
In 2012, Kathleen Donovan announced that county employees, except for those in law enforcement, could no longer use take home county cars. The apparent shift in policy by the Tedesco administration leaves unanswered questions about the cost of fuel and maintenance to county taxpayers.
As part of an effort to address the advancement of policies for the middle class, Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg was invited to participate this Friday in a half-day summit hosted by the White House and State Innovation Exchange (SiX), a new nonpartisan action-tank working to develop progressive policies.
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