Sunday Jun 16
Then and Now: Two Guys
The Two Guys chain of discount stores was started in the mid-1940s by the brothers Sidney and Herbert Hubschman, who at the time were running a snack concession at a factory in Harrison.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Analysis: Long-standing strict N.J. law on overdose deaths still debated
When prosecutors charged two Bergen County men with causing the "drug-induced death" of an Emerson woman this week, they applied a rarely used statute that - although on the books since 1986 and upheld decisively by the state Supreme Court - remains the subject of legal debate, because of its severity and the difficulties of proving the charge.
New cooking school opens in Engelwood
Along with traditional cooking classes, Le Gourmet Factory in Englewood offers 'out-of-the-box classes, such as meatball making, empanada making and BBQ boot camp,' says co-founder Howie Greenspan.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Bergen County prosecutors increase pressure in war on heroin with death charges
The decision by Bergen County prosecutors signals a move to go after small-time dealers, using a decades-old law that equates suppliers with killers if the drugs that they placed on the street end up causing a user's death.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Oradell Opens Farmers Market Sunday
The Schieferstein Farm Market from Clark, N.J. is coming to Oradell June 9 and will be providing fresh farm produce and products every Sunday through November 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the small parking lot at Schirra Park .
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Car thief in Closter makes off with high-end BMW
CLOSTER - Police are on the lookout for a white BMW after the luxury car was stolen from the garage of a Homans Avenue home over the weekend, said local authorities.
Fri May 24, 2013
From the Archives: Memorial Day Memories of Main Street
This evening as I sit at my computer many thoughts go through my head. What should the archives piece center on this weekend? Well, Memorial Day is an obvious choice.