13 min ago
Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
EBCBOR Hosts Third Annual "Dinner with REALTORS" Feeding County Residents in Need
RISMEDIA, August 25, 2014-As the cost of living in N.J. rises, the need for resources that supplement the cost of life's basic necessities also increases.
6 hrs ago
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Glen Rock school board selects contractor for security project
The Glen Rock Board of Education awarded a contract last week for the construction of security-enhancing entry vestibules at all borough schools.
14 hrs ago
The Record: King's message
THE FIRST statue in Bergen County honoring civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is closer to being unveiled this fall on the Fairleigh Dickinson University campus in Hackensack after originally being scheduled for a spring dedication.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
West Indian Day Parade Brings Colorful Crowds to Eastern Parkway
Eastern Parkway was in a festive mood this Labor Day as huge crowds gathered to show off their Caribbean pride for the West Indian Day Parade .
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Hackensack neighbors cope with shake, rattle, roll of courthouse pile-driving work
Since the pile driving started near the Bergen County Courthouse in Hackensack earlier this year, John McCann has been eating more Atkins bars.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Police identify man found dead near Bogota railroad tracks
A 50-year-old man was found dead near the railroad tracks around midnight, Bogota police said Aug. 30, 2014.
B & W Bakery - Hackensack, NJ
Have you had New Jersey-style crumb cake? If you're not from the Northeast it's likely you haven't, but once you do you may find that the standard issue crumb cake you've always enjoyed just doesn't do it for you anymore.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Hackensack man charged as pot dealer after traffic stop
A city resident who allegedly had a duffel bag loaded with marijuana in his car was captured after a traffic stop Friday morning in which he pushed a police officer and fled on foot, leaving his 10-month-old daughter in the back seat, police said.
Police: Hackensack man runs from cops, leaving infant daughter in car
HACKENSACK - A city man pulled over by police ran from officers -- leaving his 10-month-old daughter behind -- after they found bags of marijuana in his car Friday, authorities said.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Health Beat: Medical malls for your health?
Now you see them, now you don't. Some hospitals in America's urban areas have flat-lined financially.
The Jersey Journal
Teacher indicted in DWI crash that left Bergen cop with traumatic brain injury, prosecutor says
HACKENSACK - A Lodi High School teacher was indicted Thursday on charges stemming from a drunk driving crash that left a Bergen County police officer with a traumatic brain injury and hospitalized for months, the county prosecutor said.
Bergen County sheriff said he will delay using two surplus armored military vehicles
The Bergen County Sheriff's Department is in line for two surplus military vehicles similar to this one, originally designed as defense against roadside bombs in war zones.
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The Future of American Politics: Understanding Political Polarization
HACKENSACK, N.J., Aug. 26 -- Fairleigh Dickinson University issued the following news release: In a country that operates on a two-party political system, there tends to exist strongly opposing extremes.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Art review: 'Kenneth Kaminski - 9/11 Paintings' at Fairleigh Dickinson University
"Blue Sky Day" recapitulates the jetliner flying below the viewer's feet into a tower wall -- and hints at the political divisions it would leave in its wake.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Parent sues Teaneck district over child's bullying
The parent of a student who attended a township middle school last year has sued the district for allegedly failing to respond properly to the child's bullying under state law.
Judge refuses to cut bail for Hawthorne man accused in fatal farmers' market crash
A judge on Tuesday refused to cut the $200,000 bail of a Hawthorne man accused of plowing through a Hawthorne farmers' market with a pickup truck earlier this month, killing one and injuring two others.
Surveillance video leads to arrest in armed robbery of Hackensack gas station
Surveillance video led city police to arrest two Hackensack teenagers last week in connection with a gas station armed robbery earlier in the month, authorities said.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Woman seeks to erase atomic spying case conviction
Miriam Moskowitz leaves federal court with her lawyer Guy Eddon, Monday Aug. 25, 2014 in New York after trying to clear her name after she was convicted in 1950 of conspiracy in the run-up to the atomic spying trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
Hackensack to break ground on new performing arts venue to replace parking lot
The landscaped site will be nestled in a triangle bordered by Warren Street on the south, State Street on the west and Atlantic Street running on the north side.