5 hrs ago
Ground Breaking on Former Huffman Koos Site Tops Local News
Progress of Development Applauded at Huffman Koos Site Groundbreaking Ceremony After four years of obtaining approvals and soil remediation, the ground is broken on the former Huffman Koos site.
9 hrs ago
Oradell Woman Honored by CarePlus NJ for Leadership and Advocacy
Three Bergen County women will be honored at a May 29 gala for their contributions in support of CarePlus NJ, an advocate and provider of mental health services.
Sat May 18, 2013
Asbury Park Press
NJ man convicted in slaying of business partner
A northern New Jersey businessman has been convicted of murder in the shooting death of his business partner.
Paramus-based Health Care Organization Honors Three Local Women for Courage and Advocacy
Three North Jersey women are amongst the honorees at the CarePlus Foundation 15th Annual Courage Awards Gala to be held May 29, 2013 at the Venetian in Garfield, New Jersey.
Wed May 15, 2013
Lost dog, stuck on train tracks, rescued by N.J. transit crew
A dog who escaped from his home in Garfield, N.J., wound up in a dangerous situation on Tuesday morning, reported CBS New York .
Tue May 14, 2013
Garfield man found guilty of harassing Bergen Prosecutor's Office
LITTLE FALLS - A Garfield man who had spoken out against the police shooting of a city teen intended to harass the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office when he phoned it repeatedly last year, a municipal judge decided Tuesday.
Wed May 08, 2013
Real Housewives of NJ Star Shows Support for Habitat Bergen
Dozens of local celebrities showed up for Habitat Bergen's Builder of the Year Gala Tuesday night, supporting the nonprofit agency's mission to provide affordable housing to low-income Bergen County families.
Tue May 07, 2013
Garfield Fire Department gets a new fire truck
Garfield Fire Company 4 has received a new fire truck, replacing a 20-year-old truck that was ridden with repairs.
Mon May 06, 2013
Know Your Toes: What Toenails Can Reveal About You
There are certain parts of the body, like skin, hair and teeth, that can reveal a lot about your health, but ever given much thought to your toes? A local podiatrist says your toes can reveal much more.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Garfield man in legal limbo after being accused of harrassing Bergen prosecutor's office
Wayne Harper, pictured here in a jacket and purple shirt during a Garfield protest last year, is facing harassment charges for repeatedly calling the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office.
H.S. boys volleyball: Fair Lawn earns top seed in Bergen tournament
HACKENSACK - Fair Lawn , the No. 1 team in The Record Top 5, was awarded the top seed for the Bergen County boys volleyball tournament during Wednesday night's seeding meeting.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Verdict postponed in harassment case related to Garfield police shooting
LITTLE FALLS - A municipal court verdict was postponed Tuesday in the case of a Garfield man accused of harassing the Bergen County prosecutor during a probe of a police shooting.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Garfield harassment ruling expected
GARFIELD - A municipal judge will decide Tuesday whether Wayne Harper - a longtime Garfield coach who was moved to speak out after the police shooting of a city teen - harassed the Bergen County prosecutor when he repeatedly called seeking information about the investigation into the shooting.
Police Chase Down Alleged CVS Shoplifter for Second Consecutive Month
For the second straight month, Fair Lawn officers chased down a Garfield man who had shoplifted hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from the River Road CVS, police said.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Contest seeks to promote wider participation in subsidized school breakfast program in N.J.
A child advocacy group launched a contest Tuesday to entice more New Jersey schools to serve subsidized breakfasts "after the bell" with a goal of boosting the number of poor children who start the day with a healthy meal.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
N.J. corrections chief defends use of privately run halfway houses
Nearly a year after Governor Christie signed legislation ordering a report on the operations at privately run halfway houses, the work hasn't been completed and prison officials are defending their decision to put thousands of inmates in these facilities.