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New Jersey Rolls Out Annual "Click It or Ticket” Campaign
Beginning on May 20, law enforcement officials will be out in full force, taking part in the 2013 national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization and cracking down on...
Driver, passenger walk away after tractor-trailer crushes BMW on Route 4
YOU SAW IT HERE FIRST A driver and his passenger got out safely tonight after their BMW got wedged below a tractor-trailer just off Route 4 in Paramus. The crash occurred about 740 ...
OSHA cites Ridgefield Park, NJ, contractor for repeat fall hazards at Paramus, NJ, work site
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited masonry contractor F. Pardo Corp., based in Ridgefield Park, with two repeat violations found ...
Wagner, Eustace & Gordon Hail Funding for Buyouts, Urge Relief for Residents In Flood-Prone Areas Statewide
Senator Bob Gordon, Assemblyman Tim Eustace and Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (all D-Bergen/Passaic) today hailed the Governor's announcement that $300 million in federal funding will...
Garrett Votes To Repeal Obama Care ... Again
To no surprise Tea Party Darling and Republican New Jersey Congressman Scott Garrett (Bergen, Sussex, Warren) voted for the 37th time to repeal the Patient Protection and Affor...
School in Paramus seeks approval for addition
Yavneh Academy appeared before the Paramus Zoning Board of Adjustment on May 9 to propose an addition to the existing building that will add five classrooms, a new lobby area and ad...
Paramus Police Department officials ask council to increase number of hires
Department is facing even more retirements this year than originally anticipated.
No bail for notorious bank robber in Oakland holdup
YOU READ IT HERE FIRST A federal judge this afternoon ordered that notorious bank robber — who once taunted authorities while holding up nearly two dozen banks across the coun...
Notorious bank robber due in federal court for Oakland holdup
YOU READ IT HERE FIRST A notorious bank robber who once taunted authorities while holding up nearly two dozen banks across the country before they put him in prison for 25 years is ...
N.J. man to be tried in Pennsylvania in death of jogger from Paramus
A Pennsylvania judge ruled Tuesday there is sufficient evidence to put a New Jersey man on trial in the death of a 20-year-old woman who was struck and killed last summer by a picku...
Paramus preservation group Get historic site list in order
The Utility/Laundry Annex Building at the rear of the Mount Saint Andrew Villa Sanatorium was torn down last week.
Route 17 tour bus crash sends driver cut from car to hospital
YOU READ IT HERE FIRST Members of the Paramus Rescue Squad used the Jaws of Life to free a man who was trapped in his Honda Civic following a collision this morning with a tour bus ...
Tour bus accident on Route 17 backs up traffic in Paramus
A tour bus accident along northbound Route 17 has caused significant backups on Route 80, authorities said Tuesday.
Man accused in fatal accident that killed Paramus woman due in court
A preliminary hearing for Philip Cise, 49, who has a history of mental illness, is set for today at 11 a.m. Cise faces charges of homicide by vehicle while driving under the influen...
Zit-faced bank robber pleads guilty to Lodi holdup
ANOTHER CVP SCOOP After at first changing his mind, a bank robber instantly recognized in surveillance photos after the holdup pleaded guilty today to robbing a Chase branch in Lodi...
Cooling-Tower Controversy Heats Up at Power Plants, Refinery
Green groups petition state agencies to require towers at three sites, reduce massive fish kills
Paterson Keys Heritage Tourism to Strike Centennial
New national park joins museums, universities to commemorate 1913 strike.
Review Committee Helps NJ Public Employees Call Another State 'Home'
Committee is one path for public employees to get around in-state-residency requirement of New Jersey...
Assembly to Vote On Bill That Promotes Recycling Of Unused Prescriptions
Sponsors say sealed medicine would benefit low-income residents struggling to afford drugs that are b...
Number of the Day 25 percent
About 25 percent of New Jersey’s elderly cannot meet their basic living expenses, according to the Ne...
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