Wednesday May 15
Hometown Pharmacy Remixes the Drug Store Business
Hometown Pharmacy wants to bring back the good old days of drug stores, where friendly, family-focused pharmacists dispensed medicines, wisdom and personal attention to customers.
Tue May 14, 2013
'Round Rainbow' Fills Bloomingdale Sky
A Bloomingdale resident caught a rare glimpse of a fully circular rainbow on Matthews Terrace Tuesday.
Mon May 13, 2013
'Death Race' Trooper Gets Probation for Escorting Sports Cars
A New Jersey State Police sergeant has received probation for his role in the March 2012 unauthorized escort of a high-speed sports car caravan to Atlantic City .
Sun May 12, 2013
Bloomingdale Police Seek Junior Academy Members
Bloomingdale youth can get a taste of civic service, experience a behind the scenes view of what it means to protect and serve and get to know law enforcement officers face to face.
Sat May 11, 2013
Kinnelon 3 Closing; Guns Bought Back Top Local News
Kinnelon 3 Cinemas Set to Close Bow Tie Cinemas, the company purchasing 41 Clearview Cinemas locations, won't be acquiring the Kinnelon 3 theater.
Thu May 09, 2013
Take a Video Tour of Clark Street Home for Sale in Bloomingdale
Looking to buy real estate in the Tri-Boro? Be sure to check out Patch's New Homes for Sale on Thursdays and Saturdays to see available fresh real estate and open houses each week.
Wed May 08, 2013
Man Flees After Failed Burglary Attempt, Cops Say
An unknown man reportedly attempted to break into a Bloomingdale home last Wednesday morning on Reeve Avenue, according to Bloomingdale Police .
Bloomingdale: Police Blotter, May 8, 2013
The unsuccessful attempt was reported on Wednesday, May 1, at 10:28 a.m., according to police.
Mon May 06, 2013
Plans Set for 2013 Tri-Boro Memorial Day Parade
The Tri-Boro will strike up the band Monday, May 27, to pay tribute to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Fireworks, Rides, Music in Store for Butler Day
Expect to see Richard Butler Field transformed on Sunday, May 26. Robert Soules and Shelli Taggard of the Butler Recreation Commission have put in hours of planning to try to make the first Butler Day something the entire community can be proud of .
West Milford business donates to Make-A-Wish
"I am proud that my colleagues support organizations for children such as Make-A-Wish that strive to provide a positive experience for thousands of children suffering from serious life-threatening illnesses," stated Thomas J. Shara, president and chief executive officer of Lakeland Bank.
Wed May 01, 2013
Say 'Cheese' for Bloomingdale's MoSissa Photography
Bloomingdale is getting big smiles ready for chronicling at MoSissa Photography, the new studio at 55 Main St.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
For 85 years family has put bloom in Bloomingdale
Glenwild Gardens celebrated its 85th anniversary on Saturday, April 13 with members of its founding family planting a tree in Bogue Pond Park.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
New Jersey Herald
Newton man charged with beating baby
A Sparta man who police say is affiliated with the Bloods gang was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly breaking into a house while a mother and three children were sleeping.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
New Jersey Herald
Newton rally to spotlight dangers of heroin use
Vernon Police Chief Roy Wherry testified Wednesday that prominent anti-bear hunt activist Susan Kehoe had a history of displaying an "aggressive demeanor." "I'm hoping that as I do these rallies, I won't have to bury any more people," said Casazza, of Bloomingdale.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Bloomingdale Girl a Finalist in Honors Program
Erin Lime of Bloomingdale has been named as a finalist in The Wallenberg Honors Program, a program which recognizes New Jersey students who make a difference in their communities.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Councilman: Bloomingdale Tax Increase 'Lowest in Years'
The Bloomingdale Borough Council unanimously approved a resolution introducing a 2013 municipal budget with a tax levy increase at just over two percent.
Provisions considered for a Bloomfield assistant administrator
A proposed Bloomfield salary ordinance for an assistant township administrator was put on hold at Monday's Township Council meeting.