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The Jersey Journal
Fair Lawn Police identify Passaic River corpse as New Milford ex-convict
FAIR LAWN - Police identified the dead man found Saturday in the Passaic River as 33-year-old ex-convict from New Milford.
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Cost and waste causing some North Jersey restaurants to take free bread off the table
It won't be there when you sit down; you can't request it. It's gone - and has been since January, when the highly revered, eclectic American restaurant in Rutherford switched from a solely prix-fixe menu to a weeknight la carte menu.
Winter is a taxing time for North Jersey accounting firms
Tax supervisor Sophia Thomas checking documents last week at The Hunter Group in Fair Lawn.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Family of late Fair Lawn man questions why police, Borgata Casino staff were unable to find him
The family of Leon Zabavnik sought the help of both the Atlantic City police and Borgata Casino and Hotel staff to find him after he left a distressing phone message that he was having a stroke.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Snack Food/Wholesale Bakery
Mondelez to invest $130 million in its U.S. biscuit manufacturing network
Mondelez International, Deerfield, Ill., plans to invest more than $130 million in new biscuit manufacturing technology and capabilities in its current U.S. network.
Police: Body found in Passaic River in Fair Lawn
Police on the scene where a body was discovered in the Passaic River in Fair Lawn just north of Morlot Avenue Saturday.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
'Lengendary Locals of Fair Lawn' Co-Author Discusses New Book
Inside Fair Lawn's videographer Wayne Robbins went to the first Book Signing of "Legendary Locals of Fair Lawn," which was held on Feb. 20 at the Radburn branch of Columbia Bank.
Mom's lawsuit blames school in N.J. teen's suicide
The mother of a 15-year-old high school freshman, who killed himself at home two years ago after being bullied by three male students, has filed a lawsuit against the Morris School District Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Keller Williams Village Square Realty welcomes Oscar Lara
Licensed real estate sales associate Oscar Lara has joined the Keller Williams Village Square Realty office, located at 257 East Ridgewood Ave. in downtown Ridgewood .
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Road Warrior: Paterson surprise, Paramus disappointment
Potholes riddle the parking lot of Westfield Garden State Plaza near a bus stop close to Route 4 in Paramus.
Fair Lawn - Areas for improvement and school successes in the state's School Performance Reports were addressed by the superintendent of schools.
Second of alleged gas station check kiters released
Dueling attorneys sparred in a Passaic County bail hearing Tuesday over whether two North Jersey gas station owners wrote bad checks totaling nearly $2 million for gasoline supplies in a calculated crime spree or just a business deal gone wrong.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Taste of Our Town Draws More Than 200 to Community Center
Inside Fair Lawn's videographer Wayne Robbins captured highlights of the fifth annual Taste of Our Town at the Community Center.
Knowledge of trendy booze is important for North Jersey wine and liquor stores on fickle taste trends
B&B International Liquor Store in Fair Lawn, a family business, stays trendy by including high-end liquors with regular distilled spirits, wines and beers.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
NJ Man Dies In Borgata Parking Garage
They say they gave authorities and the casino all the information they needed to try and save their father's life.
On Saturday at Montgomery High School Wayne Valleya s Francesca Russo...
On Saturday at Montgomery High School Wayne Valley's Francesca Russo will seek a unique four-peat - going after a fourth gold medal in saber.
Asbury Park Press
Former Long Branch cop pleads not guilty in Monmouth Mall religious pamphlet case
David Wells, a former Long Branch police officer charged with defiant trespass at Monmouth Mall made his first appearance in municipal court today and asked for an adjournment.
Health benefits extended for Fair Lawn Council
Fair Lawn - Wanting to restore fraternity among their colleagues, the borough council agreed to extend the grace period for eliminating its access to medical benefits, easing tensions after one Democratic councilwoman protested that she was targeted for political reasons.
Fair Lawn OKs new rail station parking fees
FAIR LAWN - Borough officials have approved a modified parking fee increase at the Radburn train station that could take effect as early as April.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
'Phantom of the Opera' Actress to Headline Bergen Concert
A Phantom of the Opera actress is set to headline a star-studded Broadway performance in Bergen County Friday night.