Dumont lawyer Jerrold B. Binney has been named the new acting Bergen County Administrator. Binney is replacing Ben Kezmarsky, the county’s director of information technology, who was named acting administrator a few months ago when Ed Trawinski left the post for medical reasons.
In Judge Reisner latest denial of Donovan’s request to withhold payment from the Sheriff’s officers she writes: “Based on the record presented to us, we conclude that continuing to preserve the status quo would be inequitable, would not further the public interest, and is unwarranted.”
The Bergen County Freeholders responded to allegations made by Bergen County Police Chief and Director of Public Safety, Brian Higgins, that politics is the reason for a lack of security at the Bergen County Health Care Center (BCHCC), a 110-bed skilled nursing care center located in Rockleigh.
Rumors about the imminent retirement of Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli were plentiful last week. Molinelli has served as county prosecutor since 2002. His second term, a five-year post, ended in January 2013.
In emails obtained by the Bergen Dispatch Bergen County Police Chief and Director of Public Safety, Brian Higgins points his finger at the Bergen County Freeholders claiming politics is the reason there is no Security Officer at the County run nursing home in Rockleigh, the Bergen County Health Care Center (BCHCC).
In a letter sent to the state bar association on Monday, Bergen County Assignment Judge Peter E. Doyne said that as of Sept. 15, all family and civil trials expected to last more than two weeks will not be conducted in Bergen County.
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.
Brian Higgins, Chief of the Bergen County Police Department and Director of Public Safety was called before the judiciary committee of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association to face accusations that stem from an incident in August 2013 when Republican Freeholder Maura DeNicola was stopped by a county sheriff's officer.
For some adults with autism, once they turn 21 and are no longer able to attend public school, the lack of options and opportunities can leave them languishing. A new federal law passed seeks to help close that gap and provide more support for adults with autism who need assistance transitioning into independence.
Chantell M. Wald, 19, of Moonachie; Ibrahim Z. Abuharthia, 19 of Ridgefield Park; and Felcia M. Dangelo, 18, of Moonachie face first degree charges of inflicting serious bodily injury on a 24-year-old Lodi man while committing a theft.
Two people interviewed to replace trustee appointed to Borough Council
Hoffmann, only the second player from Bergen County to play on the PGA Tour, tipped his cap or waved to acknowledge each shout. The 25-year-old Wyckoff native smiled as he posed for pictures and signed autographs less than a mile from Arcola Country Club, where he fell in love with golf.
A Garfield man who had been the subject of a SWAT team search was arrested in the city Tuesday on a warrant for failing to appear for sentencing on a drug conviction, and was then charged with the armed robbery of an Elmwood Park convenience store, authorities said.
Ten notable Bergenites have been selected as the first Bergen County Legends. The award program, sponsored by the Bergen County Historical Society, was launched this year to mark the 350th Anniversary of New Jersey. Awards will be presented at the Bergen 350 Gala to be held Wednesday, October 15
A state appeals court judge on Tuesday cleared the way for work to begin on building Bergen County’s new justice center by denying a Wood-Ridge company’s request to halt work on the project until its lawsuit against the county can be decided.
The City Council has approved a $650,000 bond ordinance for the construction of a park that officials said would enhance the downtown as the city seeks to redevelop and lure new residents and businesses.
New Jersey officials will not publicly disclose how many trains, each carrying at least 1 million gallons of crude oil, are going through Bergen County and other densely populated parts of the state even though other states have made the information public.
Authorities are investigating what is believed to be the city’s first incident of the “knockout game” after three men were punched Monday night.
Nearly two years after Superstorm Sandy socked North Jersey, a Carlstadt printer has filed suit against its insurance company seeking $37 million for storm-related damage to machines that continues hamper its operations.
A veterinary tech who kept dozens of pure-bred German Shepherds at a Ridgefield Park animal hospital pleaded guilty Tuesday to failing to provide necessary shelter to 11 of the dogs and will pay $5,500 in fines as part of a plea deal.
Local children from Hackensack, who are part of the Kids Safety Awareness Program (KSAP), got the opportunity to address the Hackensack City Council at their meeting on Monday night.
A 19-year-old borough man was charged with breaking into a Stewart Place apartment where an Apple laptop went missing, police said.
Two North Jersey men were accused of theft and forgery after an investigation into complaints from customers of the Hyundai of Paramus on Route 4 East, police said.
Police are looking for a man who pushed down a 4th street resident after she found him in her backyard this morning.
A Bronx, N.Y., man is scheduled to appear in federal court today to face charges stemming from a violent crime spree spanning three states, in which he attacked, kidnapped, and raped a woman, assaulted a National Park Service employee and set fire to a used car dealership office before crashing on the George Washington Bridge.
In a daring rescue, three State Police troopers said they held each other up as they pulled an injured driver out of Overpeck Creek after his tractor-trailer crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike. The driver had either been ejected from the fiery cab or gotten himself out into the water.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach of Englewood has thrust himself onto the public stage again, this time in a worldwide arena at a particularly contentious time. Through a foundation he controls, Boteach has launched a series of ads in national and international newspapers to fight what he considers unfair criticism after Israel’s sweeping incursion into Gaza over unprovoked rocket attacks from Hamas.
The attendant at the Delta station at Hudson and Lafayette Street in Hackensack was held up at gunpoint on Monday night just after 9 p.m.