Thursday Mar 6
Little Ferry police reports, March 7
The Police Report is compiled by Little Ferry Local from information provided by the police.
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
Little Ferry lights fixed; Main Street gets brighter - for now
The streetlights on Main Street in Little Ferry lit at night. The Council has had an ongoing struggle to keep the area illuminated due to lights burning out.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Road Warror: Judging a Franklin Lakes traffic relic
That's a common gripe wherever drivers approach the octagonal, red, four-letter signs.
I Am Cupcakes unveils new flavor for Mardi Gras
A little piece of Mardi Gras is coming to Little Ferry this week, as I Am Cupcakes unveils its new cupcake flavor, New Orleans Bananas Foster .
Sat Feb 22, 2014
The Jersey Journal
New eatery offers Caribbean flavors in Little Ferry
Cabana Grill, at 213 Washington Avenue, offers a bar with beer, blender-made drinks and the restaurant's special "Cabana Tea," the site reported.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Little Ferry Police Department Monthly Report: January
The Police Report is compiled by Little Ferry Local from information provided by the Police Department.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Generators, capital surplus introduced at Little Ferry Council meeting
LITTLE FERRY - The Little Ferry Borough Council recently presented bond ordinances for introduction that will be subject to public hearing and voted on at next month's meeting.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Insurance Journal West
Critics Target Ad Campaign at N.J. Sandy Aid Hearing
Speakers at a Wednesday night hearing on the next round of Superstorm Sandy aid for New Jersey were especially passionate on one front: Ditch the "Stronger Than The Storm" advertising campaign or at least pay for it some other way.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
DOT holds public information session in Little Ferry
Little Ferry Police Chief Ralph Verdi assures residents that he will do everything he can to regulate traffic during the proposed two-year construction project.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Criticism of ads a theme at storm-aid hearing
Speakers at a Wednesday night hearing on the next round of Superstorm Sandy aid weren't as visibly upset as those who attended a hearing the previous night, but many were passionate on one front: Ditch the "Stronger Than The Storm" advertising campaign or at least pay for it some other way.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Denville: Police Blotter, Jan. 29
Denville Police came upon a pedestrian on Fox Hill Road on Jan. 16, Salvatore Nocera, 33, of Parsippany , and in conversation with him discovered that he had three active warrants out of Newark, totaling $5,550.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
This Man Is Rescuing Stray Dogs From Alleged Extermination In Sochi
In January, news broke that an extermination company was hired to kill stray dogs in Sochi, Russia, in the weeks leading up to the Winter Olympics.