52 min ago
Emerson council OKs town hall study
The aging borough hall is in dire need of repairs, a major expansion or maybe replacement - and the council is looking into just what needs to be done.
22 hrs ago
Little Ferry to hear builder's plans to manage storm water for controversial project
When a proposal to subdivide the tract and build 20 homes was presented to the land use board 10 years ago, the overarching concern for many here was increased vehicular traffic and how it would affect children who played and rode their bikes on the secluded dead-end street.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Realtor.com Donates $50K to Bergen Habitat for Humanity
Realtor.com has donated $5,000 through its "Building Hope Challenge" towards Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County's "Repair.
Governor Christie to cut ribbon on renovated Moonachie ...
Rescue workers evacuate Little Ferry and Moonachie residents from flood waters following superstorm Sandy Oct. 30. Now that federal aid is being distributed many homeowners in that area say they expected more help than they are getting.
Little Ferry plans to ban smoking in public parks
LITTLE FERRY - The borough may join a growing list of municipalities to ban smoking in public parks and recreation areas.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
After Sandy's deluge in the Meadowlands, officials look for...
More than seven months after Hurricane Sandy put several Bergen County towns underwater, the trickle of state and federal aid dollars coming into the region doesn't quite resemble the deluge of water swept in by gale-force winds from Newark Bay.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
The Record: Shelter from the storm
NEW YORK CITY Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday unveiled a 400-page plan to protect the city from the next superstorm.
Little Ferry removes right on red at busy intersection during certain ...
LITTLE FERRY - The Little Ferry Mayor and Council recently adopted an ordinance to prevent drivers from turning right on red at the corner of Washington Avenue and Liberty Street in the borough during certain hours of the day.
NJ officials gather for a Superstorm Sandy symposium
Dennis Dura , Assistant Director, Office of Emergency Management, New Jeresy Department of Human Services, speaks during a superstorm Sandy symposium at Wilson Auditorium, at Dickinson Hall of Fairleigh Dickinson University in Hackensack.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Home ownership fair draws sizable crowd
Johana Gomera of the Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union, left, answering home financing questions from Yolanda Fernandez of Little Ferry on Saturday.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Women veterans take the lead in parade
The borough made history of sorts with this year's Memorial Day Parade, held May 27, when it designated two female veterans as co-grand marshals.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Meadowlands flood prep languishes as Shore gets rebuilt
It has been nearly 25 years since the Army Corps of Engineers walked away from plans to build a flood-control system for the Meadowlands, including a massive tidal barrier in the Hackensack River, after concluding that the $289 million price tag far outweighed the potential damage from floods.
Thu May 30, 2013
Fairview Police Chief runs 30 hours, 106 miles for Sandy relief
Fairview Police Chief Frank Del Vecchio, center, leads a group of participants as he sets off on an approximately 30 hour, 106-mile run to the Jersey Shore to raise money for superstorm Sandy victims through his Run for Hope Foundation.
Wed May 29, 2013
Sandy-battered Moonachie, Little Ferry residents find aid in 'mobile' center of agencies
Little Ferry retirees David and Virginia Llewellyn wanted to know what financial assistance was available to help them finish sheetrocking in their basement.
Fri May 24, 2013
Christie Administration Hosting Bergen 'Mobile Cabinet' Meeting
State officials are taking their cabinet meeting on the road next week. The Office of Gov.
The Paramus Post
21st Annual Young Playwrights Festival at Bergen Community College June 6, 2013
Spend an evening with young, talented playwrights whose theatrical endeavors showcase the creative abilities of local students.
The Jersey Journal
Plugging the gaps on Sandy aid: Opinion
Chris Christie has spent the past week going up and down the Shore to make certain everyone knows it.
Thu May 23, 2013
County Executive, Dignitaries, Speak at Girl Scouts Awards Ceremony
County Executive Kathleen Donovan recognized the achievements of the six Girl Scouts who sat on the stage of New Milford High School Wednesday evening to receive their gold award.
Little Ferry may ban smoking in its public parks
LITTLE FERRY - Little Ferry may soon join a growing number of towns that have banned smoking in its public parks.