Police: Former Little Falls councilman walks himself to police station after suspected DWI crash
A former member of the township council was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident and failing to report a motor vehicle crash Friday evening, according to police.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Cedar Grove autistic teen exhibits artwork
Cedar Grove's Matthew Ribaudo, 14, will have his heartfelt artwork displayed for sale throughout the month of April at The Fine Grind in Little Falls.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Little Falls doctor doles out chiropractic and more for pets
The doctor carefully applied a chiropractic activator - a spring-loaded rubber mallet - to his patient's body, stimulating the nerves to promote better circulation and help in the patient's recovery from a surgery.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Concern mounts in Little Falls over tax appeals pending for Inwood
Residents gathered at town hall Monday night ostensibly for a hearing on the 2014 municipal budget, but when it came time to discuss the spending plan, the township council got an earful about two major tax appeals pending before for the town's largest residential taxpayer.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Paterson firefighter adopts dog rescued from face of cliff
"She looks like an Easter bunny with the red skin," said Paul DiFalco, a Little Falls resident who came to the Animal Clinic of Morris Plains on Sunday with his wife and two children.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Winter runoff adding more than a pinch of salt to North Jersey's drinking water
After a profusion of snowstorms forced road crews in New Jersey to spread nearly twice as much salt this past winter than the year before, the snowmelt and spring rains are now washing that salt into wetlands and rivers, where it has infiltrated the local drinking water supply and could harm the region's vegetation and wildlife.
Little Falls barber, 48, remembered as family man with a 'huge heart' and keen wit
A local barber, who passed away at the age of 48 last month, is remembered as a kind, and loving man, well known for his sense of humor, and his passion for styling hair.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Officials outline three possible solutions for Passaic River Basin flooding
Woodland Park resident Caren DaSilva listening to Matt Voisine of the Army Corps of Engineers at a meeting Thursday in Lyndhurst on Passaic River Basin flood risk management.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
The Bennington Banner
American Made -- at Mack
If you, or someone you know, have been diagnosed with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma , you might be introduced to a therapy designed to reduce the skin symptoms associated with the disorder.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Nutley girl missing since March 17; have you seen her?
A 16-year-old Nutley girl was reported missing on March 17, and Nutley police are still investigating her whereabouts.
In a reversal, Paterson mayor opts to pay his city parking ticket
Almost nine months after getting a street-sweeper parking ticket on his city vehicle, Mayor Jeffery Jones paid the $50 fine on Tuesday, along with a $10 late fee, according to court officials.
The Jersey Journal
Growing popularity of e-cigs creates new culture of 'vapers'
David Munsey raises his silver atomizer to his mouth, curls his lips around the skull-adorned drip tip and inhales, taking a deep drag.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Man arrested in Little Falls on drug paraphernalia charges
A 33-year-old man found sleeping behind the wheel of his car, while in the middle of a residential street, was arrested in connection with the possession of drug paraphernalia and is scheduled to be arraigned in municipal court on Tuesday, police said.